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Owingsville outlook: June 23, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921062301_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: June 23, 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. OWIN GSVILLE it- - JIL JSL4 JL jfch i - . VOLUME XLII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. JUNE 23. 1921. NUMBER 49. Ice Tons nt ChnutnHiHii K. C. Hymn's. Win. Mi t Nnbb PERSONAL - in ' ATTENTION Until la-,ri1 I this Snt- i ! Dates dune 20 Jul N. V- of the Aiuciii aii fitriii-ln'; I'm I'. iM, DONT FORGET THE RECITAL .'!. K. M. l'i Ionian, cornet -- XXlH'K. .1. A. l'uxxvr will ter- make picture.- ov- Saturday :it his homo mi Iioute L. - j Kooo Wells xvas in l,o.inj;toii tmbiv ti- i n...i i ,.,lnv. " ... n il linxc ri'iilcil ami Illlt nmin iiicr If. t'. lixnmV unn-er.......I fill.- i.t 10-- l t.: i. -- .ii i m .....i i. .... i:..ii. i.i:.. . - xi.bint and Mr. ('. Ak i . iu.ser. Seho.il exonin:; .nun' director Vr xxith some OLEMAI W. Vi'imi: al t 'it n I 4 kinds ofgnrfgcg F1; T r.-- : 1..' VcTt-- .iiiililriui "JS. ' ' nontax l Tv l . -- .. r r. - i,.v flu- - k.i r "J5 : : f .'f 'J r t. - -- Miv' T. M. Porrv i tl.o cuot of1 - '. '"""l" trallx located so that anyone tuny (his country. His compi relatives al Jlillershnrjr. 11 I. & A. T. HVKOJCS. AS5ISTUI) BY l organiza- drop in and read the jiapers and heen plaxcil h the best Misje Yirjiiuia Anderson :ind n We l xxliicb u xxill ai ' tiiiits itii hiding Xuusa's Unml. S3 liy a largo major M;iK'n Conycrs were in Lexington lasl imigaincs ould nexer have secured his services free f ehnrge. 3 furnished 123,1100 bonds for mail xveek. Jly mlcd -- vi'lx tut ill . oiiiicction with a hand r We want to thnuk the public jmrposCs. A. T. Uxron left Monday to attend PIANIST i'd on hcsim nt Wiui hcster and out ., m.,.1 nsiMt- .......,-,t;...i. .:. i.. l'.ie Xatioiial llainlwaiv retail I Otixo Hill xxe are aide to sootiie WILL APTRAM IN HECITAL AT THE ame in renting ami furnishing this During lite month f May there - i. i.e.. ic ilav cacti xxct'K. at Louisville. iu-and we xxanl them to feel nl was tlil a total !" 7,1!H.100 imihihK Mrs. J. A. Onughcrty is xisiliii;: luMiie to drop in and see us at any evponse for instruments and instnic 4 letli--nt an mempe 'f .S.tl2. ' her sen Thru. ti. DaHgherly nnd f;nn lime. BI T NOTICE, the and '. Hi - liit'.er hen xx and we ej i! the public should help im hear it. AtllemiiMrlmn;- at Oho hov2ji1 oho mvhhiI lmiiil Ho foiislitution .f the Anicricnn Legion tend the tccitiil it will stin-l- , ' c w. i 'Mrs. II. C. Jaeohs and four daugh- niiisl mil mid -- hall not be violated: wis Tlii'eii Setter for sale Iy ters will arrive Saturday to visit Mrs. 1 K. An A. T. 15Yi:i)X. person xvho is n iiieuiber of the price of admission. S M. THE OV. INUSVILLK B.N'P. Taylor Doggett of ISeynoldsxillc. or win is not a the American j Proccodii for the benefit of the Owinjrsville Hand which was or- Tlie Outlook jiiints pnmlklate Mr-- .. Aliee (iilloii left Friday for member, xvho shall participate "n any Ihe Ant m ' ile Race to ' rix ct iraiitced about twn niotiths asro. Prof. Coloman is the instructor fom-- t ami jmnoiinrewoHt i .l,i..ir-- i hoiitat at Lexington. game xvhals.,xer for gambling pur at Mt. Sterling, Satunlay. June 25, and director ot tins band and is juvinjj its entire proceeds tor its ns. Lot u have your onler now. x here she benefit. eieets to reinaili some l , s r xxlio 'nill pail like of at!) promisi'M to he a great event. Limi t it:l vii al inir litnor iu sai.l Prof. Coleman will render cornet anil violin solos, will also rentime. i,weot-iotat- o hu snared no time or expense .lis I liave a fine lot of der solos on Tuba, (bass . llaritone, Trombone, Mellophone, ManMr-- :. Fdg-a- r Denton and son, James club n om or shall bring into said in making this i no t the mmi t dolin and other instruments. jianls flor sale. Edgar, haxe ri'turned from Cynthi-an- a dab mi 4ii any in! xieniits ,.r sha!' tRictixe events of tlii seas n. T'i Prof Coleman lias studied at the Danas Institute with Alexander MISS. .IACOH K1XCA1I) any immoral xxhere they visited their aunt, enter into this room for l.ehcman. noted violinist of Chicago, and at New York Instituteof iii'ios'a'i's are all 11:01 f f o . purpose, shall I e excluded f mm -- a'O the racing world and took pari 111 Musical Art (Damrosch Conservatory): has held pesitions with Tlus is the heailiinartora for tea Dr. Ailaline Bell. p.ix rMil- - a'ld leading bands and orchestras of the country and appeared Francis Kchoc. of ltekpoit. III. romn ami all the groat Indianapolis Speedway last tunny times on lA'ceum, ami foffees. Chautaimua and Vaudeville stajje. Amontr hall bo denied the n ami the oflotuior IS. C. r.Yisox. i. isiting his iiuele Ja. (Sillon. Mi year. Auto polo xvill he played in the the positions held by him may be mentioned Soloist witli the New xh.uner ho mav be slm'i lo pr Kehoe is a grand-o- il of .Mrs. Jane York Metropolitan Concei t Hand: Soloist at the Pen AH Theatre. forenoon. There will bo a l.nlli.n i:l It- - the full oxt nt of lb.- - la x. Lexington; Soloist Mutual I.vivum Pttivau; Solwi.-- t Memphis Mu- 1 linvr Jix-s- , roi civoil a Miinily of Mnrnix. fonnerly of this town. i, a'ipla-- e II..'! t, h.'ve faith that ii:ht inalces jnicipal .Hand; Director and Soloist National Chautauqua Hand; t.'t J'tttt's Poultry Fooil. baud .Miss Susan ISirhnnls has returiieil n brass band, also a ' x.1,,,,,1,..,. ,,r ii,., i.'Jit;.,.. .,,1. i..,-.,- i ,..,...1, might, ami in that faith lot us to the IVllLIO .JVI'klll r'.,,, .!;.,., il.lllll, lV.k,ll UV.Uil.ll AXIfll- I'lklliutl 11 VlllllllUlll i., ISKHSK WK1.I.S. from a visit to friends in Louisville. Ianders; Al G. Minstrels, and many others too numerous to end dare to do our duty as xve un- A iiumSer from here attended eoun mention. Sufficient to say that Prof. Colemen is a brilliant lerstand it." Oft our prices on coal, lunilier. tx eourt in Ml. Storing Mondax-- . Come To The Recital. Bath Post Xo. di. Ainerioaii i Jimc ami ecmcnt hefore buying. Right - if :' Pr .". C C. M. Carter and xvife. of Ashland. ."ille THH PRICK IS .1. S. PIPER; Commander. prints uml prompt delivery. ty SitiLnI auditcriuia Tiiesitay. Till? WAI.TKR YOUXCJ COAL CO spent Sunday xxilh Jlrs. Jennie .My Hear Prof. Coleman, then attend the Ch.uttauqua. luno 2S. He ranks as 0,1c of (in ers. They wore accompanied home OFFICIAL HOUSE. uatry's linest cornet soloists. Ills t AwcriiiiH Iw-lmThe I'.Hth I'.-hy their sister, .Miss Ethel Myers. I mler and by xir'.ue ci' S,ctii-'ork on the xioliit also is e.vceptn.- ivntinl tin- - hiryr nom oxer IS. (.. '. F. Ifoilwino, wife and two i:51ia-- l :ird Volume ixlly and i:M2a-pii d. The price is 'A)r and oOr. HH"I Htt'M it Hl in Hie HtT" h fct C f Bethel. Ohio, were guests Kenjiioky Statutes, owner The entire proceeds are for the bom-5 itle. f Jlrs. ISedwinc's sisters Mrs. J. IS. coiitrt-lloand manager of lands ill of the Ovvingsvillo Hand xvhicb .r. and Mrs. 0. J. West from Fri-a- v li .r.leri.cr and 011 the pun-li- e 4o exists for the good of the luwn ,tot of .lolm i hiM Am till Sunday. highways of Bath county, are i' : liutiv. eil Suwlay mtiniiiifr. Mr. Cafye Jtnirlvc! on atlendoil the hereby m tilicil that it is tlicir dut . Mrs. Etna Amlor-o- n Ca-rf- ly lives on Marion JlanlejV a t Xazarolh last under the said laxv to out, clear Glruck liy Liyli tiling. past patron- plarc Hur Wyomiinr. veek. Her diuighler. Miss Christine iway, remove and carry from along A little after 7 o'clock Saturday ( mlc;-s- i .ide the public highxvays of Bath ivcillllg llglltliiug stntck .Mrs. Allie xi -it, xxlio xvas no of the gr: pn.l .iiiIo.nl .i -- H nates a i oniiaiiiod her home. ountv all bushes, xveeds, shrubs and Br. tbcr's house 111 Ii':h stivcl s ( i MJJI.X HDii.i iiij .x'uimi oj u.uoni 'xerliaiiging limbs of trees and all tug tire to mime birds' nests in the Mrs. Leslie Shrotit' and children iJ .! ku!)jnv 1" mihuki;iih U. H. US KM uvti) 'H ire guests of Teliitixvs iu Le.xingtoii. oiiior such obstructions along said rultir. An alarm of tiro xxas given in mnniSAiiil poXt: m I.'rice Calk and Paul Hunt, of Mt. bighxvnxs, ami to keep all hedge iml the blac xxas eti!.;;uislie xutt l e.tingu-Jio- r Civile Sncdepir has lieen em ploy - Sterling, rinited, friends here Sunday. fences along said highways so trim-Mebefore the airl- Sf jiiui .iii.l cut back 'that' same at no t!l.. fir., .uimln ItMri!il1. m Limis-xill.MjfiUP tlifijteitctlJk'ijijliliiiltJl', Alis (Jeiic Brother-xvuM- i iiww.ij..w mini lil has mov-time xvill become more than five feet age xx'as done. Snturda fJif Olympian Springs anj EARL B. THOMPSON there with his familytor the .ea- Mrs. Roger Ammonium xxent Fri- - high. Hardly had Pr. fessor T. B. Tlirol-'.- ! You are hereby further notified dv to visit Mr. and Mrs. ITuwnnl IS A CVNMIUTIi FOB begun his life sentence in the xxveds, over Wilkorson aj Lexington. She xvas that the brush, bushes, picnic is hilleil to take place at joined hy H'uifentinry for the killinr of Aithie hanging limbs of trees and all other A her husband and chidlrr-SaturdJuly 2. ' highAVnpht'b iciri.aii at Xicln lasx ille last Oetii1'-- r and sopnt Sunday aA guest obstructions along the said Wc are thq iiome of all good canxvheu pclitii ns xvero started v xvays of Bath eiiunty are to be reof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Dcrcn at ned products. Kinbcis of nil the churches in N'ioh- moved therefrom between the first v Cynthiana. Ol Til 12 IS. C. BYROX. day f July. 1!)21 and the 20th day idasville asking the liovcrnor'to par-do- a Mrs. David Stanier has returned him. Prof Thrclkold is 71! xears-The law fixes the i f August. 1021. WANTED Salomen f6r 0,000 I'r.tiii a miintli's visit to her daught Id and was the head of a solci t penalty f. r failing to perfoim the 100 liss Etna Stamper, xxho is eiuploycd inile piarantiiil tire-;- . Salary aboxe duties upon conviction iu a ch.M for liovs at Xieholasvillo. , stenographer a.-and typist at Haz weekly witli extra commissions. Subject lo the Pentocnilic party line of not loss than .20 nor more ard. Ky. Mrs. Stamper xvas delight COWAX TIISK & IsrBBKIS CO.. Dr. J. T, Daxvson wishes the Out primary eleclioit August G, than .j.otl. oil witli Hazard and sas she xvould Box 7S4, Cliiraiii., Illinois. 11k to state with reference to the AfJDY JONES, 1 our support, and inllucnco reslike to go there to live. Mrs. Stam 1. .dice copied from a Jit. Sterling paCount v ISoad Engineer. pectfully solicited. I imIii that J. J. Thomas ?,nd Wal of James HuflVtetter or The per that a son horn to J. T. and Ww. II. Umoks. overeas wil ton I'lorx, who recently xxent from Daxv.son and xvife, of Owingsvillo, ar MRS. JENNIE JUDY. lUjt. who lot their lives in Flanders, here to Hazard, had hoth found Mis. Jennie Judy, aged (!." years, the Mary Chiles hospital, that ho s wrr lineil to their fonner home satisfactory employment. the only ,1. T. lbixvsoii that lives in 'ied at her home in SharpsTmrp with appro Carlisle and Miss Edna Uxron is at homo for h.iiday, June 13. after long illnos- - iir near Ovvingsxille and that ho c ."pi itHvuionies. the vacation fiiMn the Cm- i'liiati i.t a married uan. i' sidiicx .Mis. Jndv xx'as T Music, where she has heen a daugb- and IDE S!0 ner Hundred ICE student for l terms. Miss Bv "iio nidoxv of Thus. Judyboth decon Y'. i iii'ihrs ill 'ill of ISichar! ISat:ilf. x on Sunday fnmi roil was accompanied homo hy Mi- -i WMl he at they had reached a depth it. She siirxixed bv s.n ISii hard 5 o'elock to 11 JO a. in. and darini: 1.1 thi irnn C- - :k, of Torre Haute, Itul !: ever (i()0 feet in the xx. li i.'al ilf, t f Winchester. Allie Ratlin" ek at (5 a. w. Delixorintf from 7 on Clyde Young's place got the a student at the College of Mu f Mt. sterling and Willi- - lSatliif, of "to 'O a. in. well and at last le. It will he reaiombered that those barpsburg, and sisters Mi-s- . Taylor erill fasteucd iu the Y. A. POWKIS. nn;r ladies gax-- a "most delightful LJest Coal lot SJ).(M) a Sharps'uirg. and i.'jmit had not succeeded in "fish I'nckett, of near .Hiert hist year and at The rciptcst irs. James White, of Montgomery ing' it out. Notice to Masons. f iiiany xvlio hoard them last year count x. Mrs. Jnily xx'as a taithtul Spee'al mcc'inp of B th L l;re X Jesse Barber is having made the they expect to gixo another concert iliurch incnibcr and a highly lodel of a centrifugal motor by 55 V. & A. M. Tliursday cvcnlnf in a short time slocic d by a largo I'ircle of friends which it is proposed to increase the June 23, 1921 at 7:30 sharp. Work 'he I urial xvas in the Sharp-Inn- s: power of engines a hundred fold and The original plaster oasts of Joel in E. A. Degree. icmelerx. .1X0. H. AMMEISMAX, W. M. T. Halts busts of Henry Clay ami educe the use of fuel in about tlie as Ji hu J. Crittenden have boon present .anie proportion. D. W. Finch ed to the State of Kentucky by Mrs. There xvas a very xvclcome rai I). W. Finch, lately f near thi re- State Superintendent of School RUirtlay atfl Sunday. Xo rain had Iiiha Barnard. place, died at Colorado Springs Sun Colviu has declared the examinations fallen horc for more than a month Do not. dav morning, after an illness of more of teachers void in the counties of In the Christina Educational Mow nnd vegetation xvas needing it badly. than two years, rcstil nig from a so- - Leslie, Taylor and Anderson bocaus 1 he rain xvas general throughout the nient of tht: M. E. Church for funds us o!' xcre attack of iiillnonza. He went to i ntty.exiMpt in the extreme xvesteni for ther schools and colleges the ''oloraih- hoping his health would be f evidences of fraud in ohtninin; new 001 tili. ales. 3011 a good tobacco Carlisle church raised .S.3"5. There i e 'ottited liy the climate. Mr. Finch w.'sih all day Monday. came here ten or txvolve years ago. The lon-- dry spell, making it State Inspector E. (i. Floyd Ho married as his second xvife, Mrs. for many farmers t Ih the Federal eourt at Lexington several days here the past week Belle Green, who xvn a daughter of & tlicir ground in order will uiatcriallx a demurer alleging that the petition hooking up the county officials. lie ir.-- . Barbara Sim ut. He xvas OS decrease the usual acreage of Rath dill not stale the cause of action iu stated that he fount! all the offices ..ir-- . . !!. H xvas a good industrious county tobacco. the ease of Judge Allie Young, admr. iu excellent condition. ATTEWD THE BIG AUTOMOBILE d .tium and a genial, C. C. MITCHELL. estate of his brother Judge Y" of the RACES AT MT. STERL1HG iiiend. The burial xvas at Marietta, Tb" Ovxiiursxille l!.iiil;iii' Co. ba-A. Y'oung against the C. & O. IS. IS. Saturday. June 25th, 1921 to be an event in lliio, his former home. What promi-o- s d xvn a IiaiiilKom.' no, tile .' Ca, xvhs overruled. Judge W. A. The greatest event of (he season. the xvay of entertainment is the coma; and tlie Far.ners IJauli is ncxly p: Yeung was killed near Lexington Kvcrxboy cKc is coming, so you Wheat harvesting has commenced ..in1; and otlicrwise tverliauliuf: it Ilutchin- W year or jmi ago xThen his automobi!" ing of the Campbcll-Bailc- y St';: xxill be lonesome if you stay at home j son Combined Circus and Wild West, ami the yield iu this county is said liilllliillfT bouse. by a train. m struck 'jirnix-nl- . lbilloou, Aemplane; in fact to be lighter than usual. I xxhich xvill give txvo performances at .ill kinds of amusement. Kaoinjj eon-- j Italy and .lapait are cnitl to lnr Salt Lick, Ky., Wednesday, June 20. 1.135 Teachers Pass tost lutxvecn Kentucky and Indiana Those xxho attended Mt. Sterling bad 'JT.UOO enitli.iiakf slucts e,i-iOf the 2,773 apptioaHts xxho stood j court Monday say the croxx-- xvas the drivers. tlie last fifty years. NhW MACHINERY j the toaeher. ciamiaaticn, 42 smallest they had seen there for a ALLIE JON'ES, JIaiinKer. I hne recoi'vcd and have now in long time and that while there xxvre oertt or 1,185 of them passed. First S. Leo .McGoIian, Supt. of grouuiU. It is rc'c it.'d tbat seines nre Iielut; t y eporr' on an equipment a good many cattle on the market used in Slnto .tew, ort ten werPri-eixt'rrck nud Licki':-riv- er Ionfimd. Ky. ' ,r ' '"' renniring, including mnchin- - sales were very slow. IT and Meciid ' iHbb by 115. t witlt impunity. g .oxxing 01 and V HALL'S CATA1. TI ijaetJE mm ; uoivi.. kinds of work requiring sexv-jBeginning the xveek of June 27, ti.cr The estate of the Into .1. H. llaspiu luiui u i. Jtat'..' So what xo fulii :or It i ie or Deaf hum c.iuo..! t.y 1 iar.lt. .Vo iki not t"nftinne4.., Siiperiiiluii- - iHg or stitching. All xvork done Misses Edna Byron and Yerna M. of Lo.int;oii, is computed by the ox Claim to cure any . tl.ir Juseiit HALL'S CATAKUII MKDICINH III a manner. Cook xvill be prepared to give vocal editor at j?:tl ,00(1,000. Vnt Colin anuminceil Joday that j promptly and in first-clas- s lUiul.I. tnken liirrnU tlirmiir' mil i better con- - Send your work in bv parcel post instruction at Miss Byron's home. t:.c ejsp': :ations Iz tdtThe ..lilho.rir u iwtfm. ihu .......h: ..h, normal cen.lltlona. Terms for tuition may be secured by 'noted aad fewer of them throxvn and receive it hy return mail. 2, '.i aud ii per cent, discount on' nil ect of Dr. Mitchells lect.oe at oui.Uon an.l twn-ma. tree. .I Cnautauijua. "CLAY'ROYSE. making inquiry at this address. F j Cheney & Co.. Toltdo. Ohio. linest- out than in the past, E. h. &A. IMastor nriulivis of this . lull mum. Hand Tobacco Setter ; "" " ''"' "'e Hw soloist and appi-am- 'CORNET SOLOIST, VIOLINIST, ' AND COMPOSER sitioiw tiave -- v-5 v: j Lil-'ia- f.-- Coti-pni- i. . ; ! Cily Scliool And ilo fill m TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1921 O'CLOCK WA ti w-- R f H fSV yj V5 . &3U fr. m a k&dv Warn . mmm service. You may want five years or ten years or twenty years of We have light weight roofing for short term buildings and heavier weights for permanent buildings. Li-ri- "You can have your choice of red or green crushed slate surface, grapevine talc surface, smooth mica surface, or sand finish surface. Each kind is sold in three or four different weights and is priced according to its weight. Thus Caiey Roll Roofings protect every type of building fot the term of service 'required and give you the biggest value in each weight and in the long run the lowest cost per year of service. ' . E. L. & A. T. imtON. jt 'i-- 'h the rVATCffSrSA stor jn. U-.- s 2 . CREAM CREAM! your won 1 1 lrinc me for liic highest price, paid testing nnd direct hipniont Thanking you lor am yours truly, I Sold only by dealers si'-nl- HO AN, Operator liealriee Creamery Company. e" -- n give tire mileage at the lowest cost el in history ay C L 1C K Iv 1 Bath Circuit Court 1 NON-SKI- D 1 itedwjion in all styles and sizes lvry Low Price on a -1 Col-hg- . sex-ora- iee-ho- bI.-s- -- Island Crook Ton' I & 'IT xvo-ea- T. F. ALLEN TEMTI0N 1 1 : VULCAN 1 - r Bring vour old lires in and hav ihem paired for the summer. throw them away. Let make new ones out ! JAMES" R. STEELE for for half price of tires. j them Owingsvillo, Kentucky. iinr r "r'riir All work warranted. rmTrrrni w" rr"TirarT iiiim linn ; r i i'lie tirm of Steele Crooks having dissolved am continuing the business at tlie old stand with as good a line of groceries as can he found. All accounts positively due 1st of each month and no orders will he tilled un- less provioi' account lias heen paid. anrriiri sj-t-- CROOKS STaJIIMSU. mmji.1.1. M.iara 1 INDIAN SONGS, LEGENP8 AND DAI'CvS xvhole-sonle- -- A . ' l i , ! !..iit-slin- . "r I .i.i. i 1 - - ;!ps a pre r n.ro "aa l ei. 'or mmt attthtUis .'eiy costly. tm iMdktu m,,-- - 1 ta'i-ir.ia- . ".ii .1 (I- - nt Thene Uleutv.it ip.'iin 1 v '- - . OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. BIRD REAL POLLYANNA Bhepherdsville. Hlllery Dawson, of this place, has sold his gray show mare. The Girl In Grey, to E. II. Lehman, of Uikesvllle, III. The price Is reported to have been $1,500. The Girl In Grey was sired by Guided by Love, and out of fifteen times In the show ring won twelve firsts and two seconds. - TRADE BODIES Citizens of a Real Democracy Voting THIS No Imaginable CRY, ENOUGH! NEW YORK LEGISLATIVE , JL..; jlTTfefc BARES PRICE. ' VT ' HXING ACTIVITIES. Adverst Circumstance Can Keep "Cueuboro" From His Fit of Laughter. KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Condented NewM of Interest From All Partt of the Statt SUFFERED ALL A WOMAN COULD Mrs. Meyer Finally Found Relief and Health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I sMCiatins. One ComnoipH of mj MiMmfacturers of Plumb, Supfrfies, and the Other Organi-- fatten ef Sheet Metal Dealers Prom-b- e to Diesetve and Be Good. '. j The promises of uf two trade on, f dealers and JMMftNurer of plumbers' supplirs snni tWo other an of sheet natal dealers, forth of which to have U.en price IKiug . rewarded ilu efforts of I lie Sutherland boasts of two of the most Iiemornnlr dlsirl. ts or cantons In the world i,i;ini .md Apjoi7ell. In Joint Cummiticc ) those Democratic towns closed ballots are unlu-urJekwd of In f... t nl! tin- ..tn. is l..n.- t. the right hand. hiutd-3iincsiigatiug the Tills Is a Kcene during the recent election of the town otli. nli ,.f Tnigen. ( 'union of Appenell the in this city. Secretary of the .linen H". l HARDING ANNULS CONTRACT .N'aiieMl SlrtH-- t Contractors' As ENGLISH of Iiultttlo. lHi Slushed h . PASSENGER TRAIN GOES ENTENTE lestiisetiy r..irdinc the fixing of prices Former Army Officers May Be Proseat the inst 'gallon THROUGH ly hts cuted As a Result of the Harof licet f I fee National ness Contract. VIEW OF HARDING letl Contnmors of the Vnited Stti-es-. when SawMi ratowyer. coun Washington. Criminal jiroieeduus to the ctHnniilioe. asked : "Are on EASTBOUND TRAIN NO. 606 IS ngninst a number of former army olh reti- t got together snl so out of WRECKED ON CHICAGO AND cers may foUuu the action of Presi- ASSOCIATION OF NATIONS TO lutein?" dent Harding in cancelling War Pe NORTHWESTERN R. R. PRESERVE PEACE SOUGHT I cwppow we are." Farrell pari men! contrails with the Fnited BY AMERICA. States Harness Company, of Bauson, "All right." said 5Ir. rntermjer, W. Va . for ihe disposal of surplus harKilling Five and Injuring Fourteen "wo will sive you two weeks." Near Crawford, Neb. Four Men ness, ii was said at the Department Move Does Not Include a Treaty Nor THmlnie to Joseph T. Frtl, Treas Are Missing Relief Train Take of Justice. Attonie General Harry An Alliance, But Rather a Workable urer of the lluffalo iJmidTS- sHtitli M. Daugherty, It was said, was conDead and Injured to Chadron. Understanding Between Nations lira, who kal testified that lio was sidering the Goicniiucm's course of Vould Rectify Mistakes of Both Naooimecled milk both a local and state was expected to announce Omaha, Neb. Five persons kill- action and tions at Peace Conference. ioa ni plumbing Mi(idy dealehis decision soon. r-;, which he operated wader prlre-itsU- ed. 14 injured, a number seriously, and Cancellation of the contracts by the agreements, Mr. I'Htermyer ask- four are mlfsing, In the wreck of the President was announced bj Secretary nasiiingtoti. American diplomacy is lCatbound Train No 00t on the Chied bow so be coM have his lmsiHe-cago & Northwestern llailrond, near John W. Weeks, who explained that working in the general direction of an mew-herdissolved hy formal veto of the they were entered into by a forme! entente among the Knglish speaking He said ho DM call a meeting Crawford, Neb. T".u forward sleep- Director of Sales of the War Depart- pinpl of ihe world as the nucles of ers of tlio train plunged through a iimaodiateiy. ment, with the approval of Secretary an association of tuitions for the pres"And put yourselves oat of cxl.st-oa- e bridge over Big Cottonwood Creek, Newton 1). Biker, and provided tint ervation of the world peace. engine and mail car had by dUoltiteflT asked the cohh-M- after the the large accumulation of surplus The purpose does not envl-ag- e a l&secd safely, according to first reharness should he turned ocr to treaty. No alliance is fn prospect, ports. The relief train took the dead "Yes." Frtl saUL the company Tor disposal. The Presi- what is aimed at. as the first step, is to Cliudron, and few Throahoat the fessfcw It was east Injured scene of the awreck, miles dent, in cancelling the contracts, said the ironing out of all appreciable difof the and he acteil upon IvrvHsgbt oat repeatedly that r8ts i the advice and recom- ferences so that a relationship may he reaching also 1 10 returned to the wreck to complete the mendation of Mr Daugherty. who a amber of as-s established between the Britisli search of the debris for missing after iiixesiigatic.ii that the jw eemt were made em labor hi the and the rutted Slates similar to hheet trades. contracts had lien eti'cred into in vio- that which exists between tills country Ctmductor Finnegnn was among the lation of criminal statutes prohibiting and Canada. injured taken to Chadron and the olticers, employes or of the Government Kideuces of this purpose are seen Fire Truek Hits Train. check of the iwssengers was Impeded. Perth Amino,, N. J. Seven firemen Crawford Is In the far northwest cor- having an Interest m Government In a movement on the part of the powerful XortlulilVe press in Kiiglaud, were kllk-- d ami nine others injure! ner of Nebraska, and wire coiniuutii property or contracts. In a memorandum made public. which senses the purpose of American ychm a fii tix-- k crashed into the cation with the scene of flic wreck was Secretary Weeks said in part : diplomacy as it Is being disclosed. The tender of the ltarmgat express at the meager. "These contracts were entered Into XorthclilTe attitude is interpreted as inMarket street crossing of the Ccnt-- al The dead: Frank Bosner, by the former Director of Sales with dicative of a ready response to the purRailroad of New Jersey. The firemen, F. M. Stewart, Gordon. Neb.; K. C. mewitera of the , lCale Uee and Scott, baggageman. Chadron, Neb.; C. the approval of Secretary Baker, and pose of the Harding Administration on provided that the large accumulation Obemloal fiiiin'ay. a volunteer the part of Great Britain, which is M. Buck. Grand Island, Neb.; 11. F. were oa their way to n Skiles Chadron. Neb. The Injured of stock of surplus military harness now face to face vviiii the establish Huali wareltottee tire wlien the accident were taken in a special train to a hos- and accessories were to be turned meat of its future policy in connection Fire rtetartnteiit otKeiaU pital in Hot Springs. S. D., with sur- over to the Fnited States Harness with the Dominion Premiers. oecwred. declared that the safety pates at the geons from Chadron attending them. Company to he reconditioned and The Anglo Japanese alliance has a original condition dose relationship to the attitude of croscinc were not dawn. Wrecking crews were sent from Cas- sold, or sold in its upon a basis. The facts the Foreign unices of both Govern per. Wyo and Chadron. developed by the Attorney General uients. threatening as it docs the The bridge over the creek sagged as led him to Martial Law Knocked Out. the conclusion that these friendly understanding between the engine of the train left and three Charleston, W. Va. Colcilent wita the contracts had heen entered into as a peoples of both countries. rcwdoriuK of an opinion by tlio West cars, the mall, baggage and smoker, result of a plot on the part of certain It Is recognized here that the value Viralnia Sapreme Court here whlcli were piled up on the creek bank. The temporary officers of the nriny to obis eeneinted as 1rtually nullifying bridge was weakened by a cloudburst. tain these contracts and the control of the proposi ti alliance to Japan rests Geveraor Marfans iiroclamatlon of Railroad reports said there was no of large stocks of harness on hand In its moral alignment of P.uglaiid with Japan in any pnssihlc future conflict v tn MIdeo Cotinty reports sign of the cloudburst at 8:30 o'clock martial and for their own benefit. with tiie United States, while Its value at the Governor's ofllea when a westbound train crossed the were rec to Great Britain rests in the greater t 'ah on Ths River iu bridge. At 11 o'clock, when No. O.H5 "Give Him a Pill," Is Threat. security which It would assure to the 'Iceman was wound- - arrived, the bridge apparently was In Toledo, O. Tlireajs to "give .hlui. a British. control of India. This conflict !iave been a strik-- , good condition, but as the engine near-e- d th east end the structure sagged. pill" while in the county Jail were of interest is seen here as presenting or, . .aled. Names were nwt siven in tht-- rem received from The engine broke loose from the ten- made against Rev. Anthony Gorek, a to Fiigland the alternative of a closer der and ran COO feet on the ties. The Catholic priest at New Chicago, Ind., working relationship with tlio Fiiltcd Siajof Tbamae M. Davis. sleeper is the only car remaining on if he testified against other defendants Slates, ami it is this view which is beiu the million dollar postolliec robing rellected in the NorthclifTe press. the track. Astor Home Looted. The seriously injured: J. N. Less bery here last February 17. according Xen York. Jewelry am! other prop- ley. Springfield, Mo.; W. Goodell. to testimony of the priest given in FedDeadlock Ends Parley. erty aliW at flO.t'iH) was taken by eral Court, ltev. Gorek Is one of more Washington. Conference, between Imrgiars from the Fifth avenue borne Chadron, Neb. : William Bryant, Blair, than a score indicted in the robliery, reNeb. bodies House on ttf ViiKnit AJtor June i. It Itecanie moved The Chadron.of the dead were but who is not on trial because the the Senate and ended in a the naval to appropriation hill ihadlock, kttown. l'oiiee threw a veil ttf secrecy Government is using him as a witness. and the ?t!)l,HK,000 hill, with the arowtd the caie as soon as it came to Turks Warned. Borah disarmament conference amendtheir atteutbm and Mot until mv did Bandit Is Captured. Constantinople. Britain has warn: ment, was taken hack to the House for auy wetd of the roldery reaili the fuCentralla. Wash. Roy Gardner, ed Turkish Nationalists that attempts action. The conferees agreed to await puMic. The greater part of tin- - loot gitive mail robber, was captured here. mean was the rtferty of CaMain Kicbard to take Constantinople will purposewar Gardner escaped from Federal ollicers such action by the House. RepresenBritain. The of I'eters, a friend of Mr. Astor. On the with GreatBritish hngadc from Malta at Castle Rock recently while being tative Patrick M. Kelley, of Michigan, sending a licptihllcau, Chairman of the House day of the robbery Mr. Astor was ill to relieve the Greeks at Ismid is to taken to the penitentiary at McNeil managers, said there was no use to in bed with a co!L island. Wash. Gardner, who was cap- conduct further conferences, and his frustrate any Nationalist attempt to occupy Constantinople. Opening of tured by a city patrolman, said he ar- announcement ended the conferences. Bank Bandits Captured. the Greek offensive against Turkish rived at Centralla or. a freight train Harrodtbarf:, K'- - ltlid patherinR Nationalists in Asia Minor is believed from Castle Rock and had hcev roam-In-- ; Radicalism Chief Peril. of Higf ec, one from ttere and another to be imminent. the streets since. He said until Philadelphia. Pa. .Modern civilizafront Ijtwreneabar, effected the early he left Castle Rock he. had not been tion may lie threatened by the very more than a mile from town. rtKare of three men Identified as the Bakery Prices To Stay. weapons it lias made to defend itself robbers who held Mf J. N. Baker, cah-bSt. Louis. There will bo no immeagainst iossihle enemies unless highof the Farmer' Bank, of Selvlsa, diate reduction In the cast of bakery Five Are Killed. Mercer county. Mi .'ailes from here, ob- products, J. C. Lewis of Minneapolis, I'nionlown, Pa. Five persons were er cducatior. Is brought within tin; taining more than f lVO from the declared before the convention of the killed and six others were injured near reach of the masses and applied unbank's vault. The men were ideniitied Retail Master Bakers' Association ol here when the automobile iu which selfishly. Finest Martin Hopkins, by Maker as Greenbar? Coniisb, Will America. Prices of certain Ingredients they were riding collided with another of Dartmouth College, asserted Web and Pal Patrick, of Anderson used In making bread and pastries machine on the Dutch Hill road and in an address at the one hundred ami commencement exercises of comity. have decreased, be said, but overhead plunged into a creek. The dead, three slty-littUie University of Pennsylvania. expenses in most Instances liave re- of them children of Mrs. Mamie Employes Warned. of Clarksburg, Pa., were: mained stationary. 'Washington. Interference on the Fdua, Leonard and Wilbur llullen New Oil Territory. haugh and Betty Jane New house, three part of tmreaa chiefs or other GovernIllinois Congressman Dead. New York. Development and proWashington. ment employes with the AdministraRepresentative W. K. years old, and Mrs. Rachael New house. duction of oil in Mexico will be going tion plan of reorganization of governMason, of Illinois, died here of heart on !0 years hence, said E. L. IMieny, mental departments and Independent disease. Although Representative MaProtest to Mexico Filed. President of the Mexican Petroleum City. protest Company, in commenting on iepo:t Mexico Formal bureaus la uot to be tolerated, and will son had been 111 for several days, his reetdt in the dismissal of the offenders. condition was reported to have shown against President Alvero Ohregon's re- made puhlii ill Washington by ChairThis statement was made authorita- improvement, and death came unex- cent decree increasing taxes on export man Porter, of the House Foreign tively foimwing a meeting of the Pres-ble- pectedly after a sudden relapse. Mr. petroleum was filed with the Treasury Affair Committee, which allowed that and his Cabinet at which the Mason was 71 years old, and formerly Department by representatives of the production in Mexico oil fields was subject was diecuseed. was a member of the Senate. Associated Oil Producers of Mexico. declining. dit.-olui- ufl vv.-rMi-ta- Ihjffala. X. Y. BRIDGE an-ftn- ti The real Polly a una of the feathered tribes hns Just urrlved at the bird house In Central park, for If any one can hear up under the name of Cucu-horand still keep cheerful. It shows one of those persistently gay natures 'hat nothing can mitigate. Of course. Cueiihoro has won a better deal from the public at large than he did from (he ornithologists who saddled him with his gloomy- scientific appellation, for the people of Australia, where he oines from, recognize his propensity to "Keep Smiling" by calling him the 'Laughing Jaeknss." And. equally, of course, he has earned this soubriquet, for he Is reported to thrive on vast quantities of water no mutter what other beverages are available and to have a habit of laughing before 1; gets tip. nn hour or so before sunrise. Now, any one who can laugh nn hour before dawn on Just plain water even Pollyanna and her fttllovvers never did anything so blatantly cheerful ns that. This kingfisher bird, for that Is his family. Is sometimes hailed ns the settlers' clock, because of his regularity In bursting out Into n spasm of wild, ribald laughter, that surpasses any alarm clock In rousing the Inhabitants of the Australian hush, while It In more than probable that a relapse Into this fiendish merriment that tnkes him nbniit sunset serves for the dwellers In the hinterland as a dinner bell, cathedral chimes, and factory whistle, all In one. They show their gratitude by making a pet of lilm and protecting him In Ida merry chorusNevv Vork Post. - Paris. When the automobile pled by Dr. G. L. Rankin and his wife, of Paris, collided head on near Paris, with a machine driven by J. T. Ruggle, Dr. Caukin differed a badly mashed leg, his wife a broken arm and severe Grayson. John B. Jacobs, of this contusions al.out the he.nl. Other ocplace, recently purchased from a man cupants of the cars were severely named Hays at Hitchens, a half game bruNed. Both machines were wrecked, rooster, said to be 22 years old. Swallowing Winchester. a false tooth and a small piece of plate, which lodged in her throat. Miss Pearl Williams is in a serious condition here. Mrs. Albert Holman is probably fatally wounded, and three men. Including her husband, aro under arrest as the result of a shooting affray in the north cud of the city In whlcli the four are said to have participated. In a hospital, grateful to you, as some twenty years Orantre. CaL "1 alwava feel err Lexington. Sturgis. Overheated and desiring to cool off, Cleiinn Williams, nephew of Jesse W. Brown, of Sturgis, took a plunge into the Ohio River and never came up. It Is supposed he tool; cramps in a cold undercurrent. His body has not been recovered. Roy Leathers, 1G, a the Kavanaiigh High School In this city, was drowned here wh'le bathing In the large Duwilng pond near the city limits. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bay less Leathers, of Salvisa, Mercer enmity. Lavvrenceburg. In freshman SPAIN GAVE WALES DAFFODIL First Flowers Said to Have Been tf Re. s j ceived in Exchange for a Con slgnment of Coal. According io an old legend, the first hatch of daffodils ever seen In Wales reached there In return for a consign ment of coal. The daffodil Is indigenous to the Bllboa district, some of were whose seafaring Inhabitants ahnnt two thousand years ago conveyed by the flow of the Gulf stream to Pembrokeshire. There they saw Ihe inhabitants digging what Is as anthracite, and making tires with It. They also noted thnt th Welsh were sun worshipers. Taking some of the anthracite back with them, the Spaniards-- realized Its Immense superiority over charcoal for the pur pose of smelting Iron ore, for whlcli the country round Bilbao was celebrated even In those (lays, so an expedition was organized to procure further supplies from Wales. As barter for the "black stones" the Spaniards took a consignment of daffodil bulbs, because they thought that people who worshiped the sun would be Impressed by the beauty of this flower ns It unfolded llelf and displayed Its form and color, nnd that in Its corona nnd radiating petals they would see reflected the glory of the sun. Thus used ns barter and carefully cultivated by the ancient InhaH-tant- s of Wales, the daffodil eventually became the floral emblem of the country. Pity tho Telephono Girl. One hundred telephone calls a rain-e, at Is usual after any sporting event, were coming In over the "vires aJi the News office after the Kentucky Derby. The majority of the calls were Inquiries as to the results of the race, which was won by Behave Yourself In 2:01 One enthusiastic baseball fan asked the telephone operator tvho won the game between the Indians and the Colonels. "Behave Yourself," was the answer, nnd a cracked receiver at the othei end of the line was the reply. A little later some otie asked how the rnce was at the quarter. Another became Indignant when the girl replied: "Behave Yourself," thinking she was "kidding'' him, Indianapolis News. The First Smoke. Pikevillo. Charlie Case died before reaching Pikevillo on the way to a hospital, aud his brother, James Case, was instantly killed In a pistol duel at Ky., a mining town 2.1 miles above here. Two men of the name of Elam nro alleged to have fired at the Case brothers after some short words. Hel-lier, ago uuree Qocwn said 1 had to have a serious operation. I j had a tumor, and ulcers which would ' Covington. Dorothy gather and break. I Staupcr, 1.1, had displacement so Fairvlew, Ky., was drowned and her badly- that I could friend, .Mary Timiey. II. was saved" hardly sit down at when they stepped into a hole while' times, and it seemed wading in the Ohio River below Brom- as if I suffered every-tnin- fley, Ky. Mike Thiers, who was work- that a woman lug In a garden near the river front, could suffer. Then some one advised me heard the ctles of help from Miss and reached the water Just as she to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I took it until I was camo up tot the third time and rescured and saved from the operation. I cued her. have told women of your wonderful medicine times without number, and I Lagrange. Following a duel In am willing that you should use these which James Cassidy, son of the local facts and my name if you like. I also used your Compound during Uie Change, sheriff, shot Will White, alias "Blue" and I can do all my own work but the Steele, negro life convict, who escaped heavy part, and can walk miles every from the Frankfort reformatory, the day as I help my husband in Uie office. negro was placed In Jail here. Jack Mrs. J. H. Meyer, 412 South Orange Henderson, another negro "lifer," who St., Orange, California. It is quite true that such troubles as shot and killed the U & N. station agent at I'ewee Valley four years ago, Mrs. Meyer had may reach a stage where an operation is the only resource. On and who escaped with White, succeedthe other hand, a great many women ed in eluding the sheriff. have been restored to health 'dyiLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Henderson. Three young men riding a motorcycle were Injured when their machine collided with an automobile driven by W. U Hughes, general man- LOTION SOAP ager of the Southland Coal Company CONTAINS THE Charles Ijttie. IS, was thrown ten feet WONDERFUL into a city sewer and badly Injured. PALMER'S LOTION Lee Steele and Ivenio Hunter were Ti AND I USE IT. bruised. Young Steele was riding on ' the handlebars which obscured the ' AIL DRUGGISTS. view of the approaching car from CUMJUrrttD BT SOLON PALMER who was driving the motorcycle. Tu-me- y PALMER'S I . ! NIWVOUK i. miV-tar- y Fiii-pir- e MK-l- al Hickman. Miss Wynn who has been teaching in the High School here for the past year. mil who was recently by the School Board, has resigned. On account of her health. Miss McConnell will not teach this year but return to her home at Arlington, Ky., and rest a year. Covington. Kenneth Howe, It), stu- - profit-sharin- g " 's ul "Mother!" "Yes. my son." "Don't you think that lamp chimney looks bad today?" "Weil, It ought to look bad. my boy. I caught it smoking for the first time last night." Pre-Ide- h That's All. Patience So you went to see the pass? new piny on n dead-heaPatrice I did. "And was the play good?" "Well, yes, It was good for nothing." d Make It Twenty-FIve- . Methuselah, says a preacher, would not have lived to the age of nine hundred and sixty-nin- e If he had resided In New York city. But he would have seen more In fifty years than he did In his nine hundred aud sixty-ninSan Diego (CaJ.) Sun. How It Felt to Billy. Billy's father had Just cut the little fellow's hair and he was examining himself In the mirror. Finally he exclaimed: "Gee, I look as If I had a face that belonged to somebody ataa." CINCINNATI MARKETS. Louisville. A. A. Hutchinson, 114S South Fourth street, reported to that he had purchased $700 worth of oil stock from two salesmen and the stock had not yet been delivered. He asked for the arrest of John Dexter and James McDuff, who, he said, are Louisvill.-- . W. Smith Russell, 3G, men who sold him the stock under was shot and instantly killed while the promise of large profits In the stock driving in Third street nnd his wife they were selling. He gave was shot In the head by Walter P. $500 in cash and a checks for the men $200. he Stamp, a real estate agent with oftold police. They were to return with fices In Uie Crutcher & Starks Buildthe stock. When they failed to return ing. Stamp drove his car alongside he asked for their arrest. 3153 South the Russell car in front of Third street and fired five shots Into Frankfort. The receipts of the 1020 Uie bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Russell. State Fair held under the administraLexington. Richard A. Vanderveer tion of Commissioner of Agriculture was appointed by Acting Circuit Judge W. C. Hanna. were $I2,9S2.G7 more Richard A. Stoll as receiver for the than the receipts of the 1019 fair held Mutual Oil and Refining Company. under the administration of former The action was taken as the result of Commissioner Mat S. Cohen, accord-in- g to a report comparing the receipts a suit brought by John A. Goforth,' of Harlan, Ky., a stockholder suing In and disbursements of the two fairs his own behalf and In the behalf of filed with Governor Morrow by State C. L. Bell, of Inspector and Examiner nenry E. other stockholders. Lexington, Is president of the concern. James. Although the receipts were far In excess of those of the previous year Frankfort. The dairy barn at the Inspector James showed that It cost Fecble-MlnaeInstitute, which was $4.G19.St more to hold the 1920 fair destroyed by fire some time ago, will than It did the 1919 fair. be rebuilt according to plans to bo Lexington. On behalf of the city, drawn by the agricultural college of Uie University of Kentucky. The Uie commissioners officially accepted State Board of Charities and Correc- the drinking fountain presented to the tions will ask the college for plans. city and county by Major E. B. Kills, The value of the burned barn was to be placed in front of the courthouse. $0,335 and equipment, $1,072, accordA resolution was offered at the meeting to the valuation figures when it ing of the commissioners by Commiswas insured. sioner of Finance James J. O'Brien, tendering to Major Ellis a vote of Newport. Dr. W. W. Anderson, of thanks. This was adopted unanimousreceived notice of his ap- ly. Commissioners McCorkie, Stivers pointment as district relief officer of and O'Brien were present at the Joint the United States Public Health Serv- meeting of the commissioners and the ice for the states of Ohio, Indiana and Fiscal Court, at which the tender of Kentucky. His duties will be to look Major Ellis was made. The fountain nfter hospitalization work In caring will be a handsome otie, valued a: for disabled veterans of the World $7,000. War. He will supervise reports made by physicians in charge and determine Paducah. A tronbled conscience what hospital treatments are to be proved greater than a mother's love given and Uie best disposition of the and led to a confession on the part of patients. Mrs. Nancy McLean, of the guilt of her son, Bertram McLean, and his Harlan. John M. Flannery and companion. Gentry Smith, of taking Pharmacy. James P. Kennedy, both Deputy Sher- $195 from the Gllllans-Petiffs of Harlan county, were shot and The alleged theft occurred about two killed Instantly by II. G. Clark, au- monUis ago. Rushing Into tho drugthorities said. The shooting took place store Mrs. McLean poured out her conat the head of Cloverfork, near the old fession Into the ears of the drugstore, Keokee Mines, close to the irginia proprietor. "My conscience will perborder. The two officers had arrested mit nie to keep Uie secret no longer," "My son and Gentry Clark, who had been indicted by the she exclaimed. April grand jury. As one of them was Smith robbed your safe in March. reading the warrant to him Clark The money had been spent, she said. Jerked out his gun and tired. Clark The two boys worked in the drugstore escaped. at Uie Ume of Uie theft. d New-porlt dent, of Franklin, Ind., drowned at the mouth of Licking river here, being when he attempted seized with to swim across the river. The body was recovered half an hour later, and firemen endeavored for more than an hour to resuscitate Howe by the Use of a pulmotor, but were unsuccessful. Henderson. A novel injunction was filed here by Julius IV Baldauf. M. M. Levy, C. U Eastwood, Clay. W S. Johnson St Son and Henderson Drug Company against the city of Henderson to enjoin the city from attempting to collect special license tax of $150 annually on the sale of whisky. Last year two of the druggists paid the tax without protest. Since four other druggists have begun the sale of whisky they desire to test the law and filed Value of Fools. r were always on the Job, few would live to grow wise, since most of us gain our wisdom through our experience In folly. If tiie fool-kille- the suit. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Warning I Unless you see the nama "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for twenty-on- e years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache. Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets ot Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldester of Sallcycacld Adv. Topsy Turvy. "Peggy. I'm head over heels In love with you." "Really? How very upset you must be." WHY DRUGGISTS SWAMP-ROO- T RECOMMEND For many years drupgists have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-Roothe great kidney, liver and bladder medv t, cine. is a physician's prescription. t is a strengthening medicine. It helps the kidneys, liver and bladder do the work nature intended they should do. Swamp-Roo- t has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. No other kidney medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Roo- t and start treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test thii great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co.. Ilinghamton, N. Y.. for sample bottle. When writing be sure and Swamp-Roo- It t mention this paper. Adr. We Do. "He's a little fellow. Isn't he?" "Yes. Those little fellows always have to be." good-nature- d Sure Opposition To Sales Tax. Pan Francisco. The National Association of Credit Men will be asked. In its annual convention here, to adopt a reeetatioa placing it on record as opposed to both the excess-profit- s tax end the tax on general sales. The report to that effect is to be presented by Itey G. Elliott, of Chicago, Clialr-isa- a of the Committee on Federal Taxation. In it the committee demands Cheating Is Charged. Frankfort, Ky. Charging that wholesale cheating took place in the Leslie n County teachers' examination at on May 'M and 21, George Colvin, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, threw out the examination papers forwarded to his office and ordered another examination. Affidavits of participants In the examination were made public by the Supcrinteutdent, s tax and In which they declared that overyhody-belpethe repeal of the excoss-protitdeclares Its opposition to the adoption one another and that the exof any farm of general sales or turn- aminers helped them. "Assistance was over taxes. to be had for the asking," said one. Hy-de- Ringleaders In Tolls. Chicago. Michael Carozzo, President of the local Street Cleaners' Union and associate of "Big Tim" Murphy, was arrested for questioning in connection with the Dearborn street mall robbery. He is under indictment charged with having attempted to dispose of the stolen money. With the arrest of Carozzo. postal authorities believe they have the ringleader in i series of big mall thefts. The authorities assert that Carozzo, with "Big Tim" Murphy and Vinceiizo Cosniano, planned a series of mail thefts. Ships To Aid Restriction. Washington. Steamship companies have agreed to limit tlio number of immigrants they will bring into American ports each month to the uvcragc capacities of the ports as fixed by the immigration officials, W. W. Husband, Commissioner General of Immigration, announced. Arrivals at Kills Island will be so controlled, Mr. Husband said, as not to exceed l,r00 a day, and probably will average about 1,000. During the rush after the war 5,000 Immigrants have been handled at Uie island In a day. told the Americans afterward that the birds were being taken to catch hares and other game for their masters, and possibly also to catch more eagles. Probably both stories were correct. Presently Uie men got up and went off carrying their burdens, about forty very large eagles and forty smaller j ones. The smaller birds sat each upon a basket dangling from the man's shoulder pole. Each basket was futl of something or other, the Americans could not see what, but the larger eagles sat on the poles at the Britain Sets Aside Fund. London. The total expenditures proposed for this year on Uie building of capital ships for the British navy-i",000,000 pounds. Lieutenant Colonel Aaiery, Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to Uie Admiralty, stated in the Ilousd of Commons. Ixrd of Farehaia. First Lord of the UrltlshJ Admiralty, announced 2 In ilarch tbat the British naval estimates for 1&21-2amounted to 9I.1SG,-60- 9 gross and 82,470,000 pounds pounas net. I 14 Iindon Ia3t Cincinnati Postoffice Robbed. Cincinnati, O. A daring thief at noon entered the wholesale stamp booth in Uie main corridor of the Cincinnati Postoflice by means of a duplicate key and escaped with between $S,000 and $10,000 in cash, postage, thrift and savings stamps. At the time of the robbery the corridor of the postoffice was thronged with persons passing to and fro directly In front of the door by width the robber gained entrance Into th booUi. Whether he used a duplicate or a skeleton key is not known. -- Traveled With Live Eagles Chinese Traders, Apprrently Without ing what seemed to the Americans the most nnheard-o- f cargo each man two Fear, Carried Fierce Birds, One eagles I All, men and eagles alike, were on Each Shoulder. seated upon the ground when the Daring a Journey from Peking to strangers first caught sight of them, yr'r"", In China, some American en- and the men said they were taking the gineers were favored by a most ex- birds Into Mongolia to recover their plumage, and that they were tept in traordinary sight. Near a beautiful temple they came Peking for the purpose of making fans; but other people pjKjn it great company of men, carry eagle-feath--j- i Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white CV,A7c. No. 3 white GoftGde. No. 4 white GoGle, No. 2 yellow (iljrfilc. No. 3 yellow G05TG1C. No. 2 mixed C0Glc, No. 3 mixed rS."9c. Sound ILiy Timothy per ton $I3Q 1S.2.", clover mixed $13.50 ("f l.".5(). Opposed. Eastern Star Wheat No. 2 red $1.40 1.12, No. Philadelphia, Pa.More than 20,000 3 red $1.3G1.3S. No. 4 red $1J35?1J55. Masons In this state, who also are Butter, Egg and Poultry. members of Uie Order of the Eastern Butter Whole milk creamery extras Star, are ordered either to drop their alliliatlon with the latter or to resign .lie, centralized extras 33c, firsts 20c; Dual mem- fancy dairy 22c. their Masonic mcmbcr-hiEggs Extra firsts 21c, firsts 23c, bership by men is taboo under an edict of John S. Sells, of Grceiislmrg, Grand ordinary firsts 21c. Live Poultry Broilers lb and Master of the Grand I)dge of Free and A over l.1 1.1c, fowls 5 lbs and over 2.1c, Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania. I lbs mid over 24c, under 4 lbs, fowls group of Masons, it Is reported, is talk-lu- g 2.'!e, roosters 12e. of uoplying to the courts for an Live Stock. to prevent tlio Grand Lodge froui executing the order. Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.50 S.50, fair to good ?Gji7..10, common to fair S4.501T6, heifers, good to choice other end, and It was amusing to see $7..10S.50. fair to good $G7, comthem turning round and balancing mon to fair $3.50 (5, canners $I2.50. setUIng stock heifers $1G; stock steers $5Q themselves and generally themselves comfortably before setting 0.50. off. Calves Good to choice $10.5011, Tlio men seemed not to have the fair to good ?Si?10.50, common and anxiety lest these fierce crea large $47. least tures, . with their powerful beaks, Sheep Good to choice $3!ff4, fair should each take a nip out of the to good $23, common 25c0fl.5O, cheek nearest them as they went along. lambs, good to choice $11.5012, fair to good $0lt.50. Stockholders Must Be Natives. Hogs Heavy $7.758, choice packStockholders In private banks la ers and butchers SS, medium common to choice heavy fat sows $53 Sweden must be naUves of Sweden. $6.60, light sJUppers 3S.50, pigs (110 . lb? jtad.ieslTpjyif). p. Army Size Is Cause. Washington. on the Conference army appiopiiation hill readied a deadlock oa the si.o of next year's army and decided to report the disagreement to the House and Senate with ropiest for further instructions. Secretary John A. Weeks appeared at the meeting to urge an agreoment on the Senate provision for a gradual reduction during the next f'.ai-a- i year to a minimum army of ir0,000 rnlistei men, hut IIou;u managers refused to yield from their itositiou in favor of a quick reduction to tha' figure. Jackson. Mrs. Marie Brown, wife of Dr. Bertram Brown, of Quicksand, Uds county, died of injuries received when her clothing became ignited while bho was burning trash In Uio yard of her home. She died on a train while en route to a hospital at Lexington. Unable to extinguish the flames with her hands when her dress caught lire, Mrs. Brown ran Into the bouse, Jumped into a bath tub and attempted to turn on Uie water. Her hands, however, were so badly burned tiiat she could not turn the faucet. Louisville. Lawrence Lehman 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Joseph Lehman, 1D3S Deerwood avenue, was drowned in a pool at Cox's Quarry, a mile east of Anchorage. He had spent the day with an outing party and decided to take a final swim after supper before returning to Louisville. Lehman dived into the pool and never came up. Two other companions, who had also decided to go In swimming, became alarmed and went into the water. Woody Young, of Avoco, recovered the body a few minutes later. Brown Betty. To make Brown Betty mix well two tablespoonfuls of melted butter and two cupfuls of fresh bread crumbs. f cupful of sugar with frvo Mix cupfuls of chopped upples, one cupful chopped seeded raisins, one teaspoon-fu- l cinnamon and a quarter teaspoon-fu- l cloves. Put a layer of crumbs In Uie bottom cf a baking dish, cover with a layer of the apple mixture and one-hal- An investigation of the management of Uie Kentucky Confederate Home, at Pevvce Valley, and the conditions existing there Is being made by State Inspector and Examiner Henry E. James. The InvestlgaUon was allegedly brought about by numerous complaints tiled with Governor Morrow. Some of the complaints were made by employes who were discharged during the past two years and others came from prominent citizens of Jefferson county, according to inves- Frankfort. Relief 6 Bell-an-s rraicr Sure Relief LL-AN- S i iui FOR INDIGESTION tigators. li Nlcholasville. Albert Marshall, 33, employe of Uie American Ballast Company, High Bridge. Ky., was killed by a train on Cincinnati Southern Railway. Marshall was standing on the track, having Just finished loading a truck of gravel, when several cars cut loose from a freight train came down the grade, striking him. His head and arms were crushed and both legs were broken. He is survived by a wife and four small children. Marshall lived at High Bridge two years, having moved there from Mercer county. uncover and brown. Serve hot with hard and lemon sauce, or cold with cream and Jelly. VICTIMS RESCUED troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for these disorders will often ward off these disuses and stringthcn tha body against further attacks. Three sizes, tH dragfists. Look for tha bub Cold Mdl oa mty Ws and accapt no lmiutiom $8-2.- Tinseled Organdie. A feature of some of the new millinery displays is the elaborate use ot tinseled organdie on summer hata Pari? Is said to have offered this new material as a diversion from the usual plain or printed organdies. Tinsel alternate until all are used; have the thread In silver and gold Is embroi last layer of crumbs. Cover tight and dered over the entire surface of the take for 45 minutes La, a slow oven. organdie in some of th models tterr-- i Cuticura Soap Complexions Are Healthy Soap 25c Ojatateat 25 ud Me, Tik-eaZ- fREGKLES .W , - OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. INTERNATIONAL FROM REMOTEST IMPROVED UNIFORM PARTS OF GLOBE Tanlac Elements Come From Many Lands Far Away From Here. The Mystery of theSilverDagger ACTION I By Randall Parrish Author of SundaySchool 7 lib 'IVh. her of iKct Contents lSPluiADfachC) Children Cry For EMslllllMasllllllllllM "The Strange Case of Cavendish" Oopyrlibt, Br lUnaall Parrlib, Hl.v Lesson - r Ililile Institute bullish t II i. HO. . IT.W ATKU. I. I).. Bible in the ilooiy Clili .iti rn Newspaper Union. - The iHcrolli-nt- s from which the celebrated medicine Tanlac Is mnde, come m remote sections of the enrth, J are transported thousands of miles over Inml and son to the crent Tanlac Ijtlwratorles at Dayton, Ohio, and Valkers IHe. Canada. Pyrenees, The Alps AiifH-nlneHns-Fla- LESSON FOR JUNE 26 REVIEW: THE SOCIAL TASK OF THE CHURCH. TK.T-I- ACTION I n Asia. UrazU. West Indies, Kocky Mountains, Asia Minor, I'ersln. India, Mexico. CoiumMa ami IVru are amoBC the far away points from which the princiiwl projertles of this reare obtained. markable What Is said to he the larcest laboratory In the United States lias leen completed at Uayton, Ohio, for the manufacture of Tanlac. which, according to rcent reports. Is now taring the larpest sale of any meillcine of lis kind In the world, over 20.000.000 bottles having been fold In Mx jears. The new plant occtiiles C0.000 square foot of tloor space nnd has n dally rapacity of SO.OiK) bottles. Uniform quality is guaranteed by a series of careful Inflections by exin-r- t chera-Im- s from the time the roots, herbs, barks and flowers are received in their rough slate from all parts of the pi olio, until their medicinal properties have been extracted by the most approved processes. d medicine Is The then bottled, labeled and shipped out to tens of HxmsHiKls of dnicclsts throughout the United States nnd Canada, to supply a demand never before equalled by this or any other medicine. Taidac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. flnl-he- myromance sterybattle, murder and sudden death I Well, rather. And action, action, action on every page. That's Randall Parrish's new story. "The Mystery of the Silver Dagger." Suppose you were an American diplomat and you fell in love at first sight with a wonderful, mysterious girl who was apparently deep in an international revolutionary conspiracy and you had the identity of a famous crook thrust upon you and you found one of the chief conspirators dead from a stab with the mysterious girl's silver dagger hatpin! And suppose you set to work to break up the conspiracy and solve the murder and win the girl wouldn't you be busy? Well, that's this hero and this hero's job. As to Randall Parrish, all s know him and his stories. And this is one of his best. Adventure Iteyond doubt all else hail been destroyed. What remained may have guiilaiii'i' to the party been sullli-ii'ti- t who had the bciiWit of what went In the original epistle, but was obscure to unjoin- else. et It was modern, something relating to tliW mt time, a menace; something to be grasped and uuderstixiil. This cim lotion absolutely gripped me. 1 stared nt the rather sinister words, blindly groping at what lay hidden behind them. Instlui'tlvely scenting a conspiracy of evil which I could not determine. All uulnteutloued I had stumbled Into n clew which might lead to startling results, yet It seemingly gave me no hint of who was Involved, or of Its real nature. 1 put the words together, weighing each one with care as to Its exact meaning, nnd read them over with Increased bewilderment. The torn fragment began and ended abruptly ; I could only guess at Its meaning, yet the Impression left upon my mind was both sinister and menacing. I wanted to know more. he-fo- novel-reader- CHAPTER I. Saturday from Stockholm. Will deposit of credit with Krantz to jour order. Amount ample all needs. See to this nt onre. anil nilvise ST6 flans, so as to be no delay Two raps, three Waldron favors action this montli. aiiKKest Watonla. Can you be ready? Use soulh A code. lOSsalle.1 Cer-Hnt- She pretty Life. In Greenwich Village. Don't you think that was a good, dinner for STi cents? He Yes; let's have another. From The Cutlcura Toilet Trio. Having cleared your skin keep It clear by making Cutlcura your every-da- y toilet preparations. The soup to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and perNo toilet table Is complete fume. without them. 23c everywhere. Adv. Willing to Take Hit Time. Is a great study. Isn't It?" "Yes. nnd one that I'm In no hurry to graduate from." "Life The ancient Egyptians made of cork. coffins Back Giving Out? Ii a constant btekaehe ipoiling your rummer! Do sharp pains stab you at every sadden move? Are you ao tired aad downhearted yon can hardly keep going? likely your kidneys have slowed up, causing an accumulation of poisons that well kidneys would hare filtered off. Is it any wonder you feel so tired and depressed and hare headaches, dizzy spells and annoying bladder irregularities? Use Doan't Kidney Pills. Doan't hare helped thousand. Atk your neighborl The Message in the Box. Anticipating the posilillity of my train arriving late, I hail named the hour of my meeting with Cunmilug us three o'clock, and. In consequence of our reaching the city exactly on time, was compelled to loiter Idly about the hotel for an hour. However. In puling through the corridor my nttentlon was attracted by an unique curiosity shop occupying u small side room, and, merely to pass the time pleasantly, 1 entered nnd began examining the strange collection of wares on dlphiy. There were several articles I lingers! over, tempted to purchase, but drifted on, rather undecided, until my eyes perceived n very quaint lacquered Jewel box, of u class of workmanship quite unusual. The proprietor, perceiving my interest. Joined me. "The Jewel box attracts you," he said pleasantly, opening the case and bringing It forth. "You have love for such things?" "A deep interest nt least," I admitted, taking the article from his hand, "a collector in an amateur way. What surely not Jap Is the workmanship That this letter was authentic I had no doubt, nor was Its meaning altogether obscure in the light of certain events. Several allusions were familiar to me anil these were what caused my earlier suspicions to crystallize into probability. It bore all the earmarks of a plot, a revolutionary plot, and one To not yet brought to consummation. be sure the note was undated, and the box bad been left at the hotel thirty days before. Yet the Watonla was certainly the name of n ship and to my memory suggested Central American trade. This did not necessarily Imply that the conspirators had abandoned their purjiose. More likely they were not quite ready In time to operate on the sailing date of that particular ship. Some delay had occurred, and, possibly, even now prompt action might overturn nil their plans. I undressed nnd went to bed. but not to sleep, for the darkness brought new thoughts and suggestions for the morrow. I was still in government employ, although unnssigned, nnd felt this discovery to be u direct call uion my While my first Inclination service. should naturally have been to turn the WK lit? Jt.l anese?" "Although post- smilingly. tlvely I cannot answer as to Its or- I gin. The Inscription, which can only be read with a microscope" he traced with his finger "Is ancient Arabic. but no wild Arab ever did the lacquer." "Yet so strange a curio must have n history, an Imaginary one, at least. What Is the story?" "Positively none." lie admitted re--1 grctfully. "The fact Is, this article was found by a chambermaid In one of the ! hotel rooms, and turned In to the manager. He made every effort to trace the guests, only to learn that they, two men, by the way, had registered fnlse- ly. He even advertised, but with no response, and finally, after thirty days, was persuaded to accept my offer for "No," ' ' An Ohio Case ford. Hi Walnut St, Fostorla, Ohio, says: "I had a dull, aching; pain across th small of my back and loins and when I stooped over the pain was when sham. I It caught cold. my would seiue on kldnera. I tried Doan'a Kidney Pflls and they did all I expected ot them and I have bad them In the house ever since." Mrs. 8. E. Craw J the article." "You have put a price on this?" DOAN'S FOSTER -- Get Deaa's ai Any Store, COc a Box MILEURN CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. The next time you buy calomel "res, ridiculously low, no doubt, yet bringing me a good proflt." lie named a price, and, still with the box In my hands, 1 yielded to the temptation, and bought it. The article was sufficiently small to find lodgment in an overcoat pocket, and, ns Cuiumings appeared n little later, was soon for gotten In the earnestness of our conversation. We later had dinner to- Questioned gether, and attended the theater In Itiivsiiin by lilrtli, hut spoke KuglNIi mill 1 felt no doulit without mi urn-lit- . hut uhat ii Millifiriit amount of money uonld fiipiKe his Interest In imy OiiiiM'. The desire to "get hlin" milled rest to my Intere-- t In the affair. If he was iiclimllj at the head of these Minus, thi-splotters nciiiiit the neutrality of the rnltnl Slates the catch would In- - worth while. As soon ns povsilile next morning I sought out liurke. the uiauiiger of the hotel, with whom I had a speaking acquaintance, nnd. without routldliig the etent of my discovery, questioned 111 relative to the mysterious box, and the guests who left it behind. Two men, he said, hofh well dressed, hut with nothing particularly to distinguish them, had registered together late In the afternoon of Friday. September "7. nnd on request hail been assigned to one room with twin beds and a hath. The larger mnn, who had Inscribed himself as "P. S. Horner. Detroit," alone hail a bag; his companion, known It the hotel as "(JustaNe Alva. Toledo Ohio." being without baggage. The hill wns paid the next morning b Horner, nnd the two departed together. It was an hour later when the chambermaid on that Moor reported llnillng the box In the room vacated. After holding it for n day or two In expectation that It might be called for, no men inquiries being'' made, the hotel endeavored to trace the men, but to no avail. The fellows had either false ly registered, or were entirely unknown where they claimed residence. The first was the most probable condition. After thirty days, and halng exhausted nil reasonable efforts to find the rightful owner, the hotel felt legally Justified In selling the trinket. That wns nil Iturke knew of the matter, aud his Interest In It was not keen. 1 am Inclined to think now that I went nt the problem without much system, and that any success achieved was through pure accident. I hiring the forenoon 1 dropped in upon Clement ltreckenrldge. cashier of the Do ver's National bank. We had beer classmates nt college, nnd 1 general! called on him when In the city. This time I led the conversation to Kulb, Krantz Sc Co., on the pretense that I had received mail from them relative to some recommended Investment. Clement knew Krantz well and favorably, nnd my probing elicited the Information thnt the mnn wns Austrian by birth, but n naturalized citizen, rather- deeply Interested In political matters. If his sympathies were at all revolutionary he had carefully refrained from any such open expression. The llrm had made n specialty of handling South American business and hnd Intimate financial connections in both HIo and Hticnos Aires. The company ranked high In financial circles. "The present war mnt have cost them a rather heavy loss," I hazarded. "However, this Is nothing to me. By the way, Clement, do ynu chnnce to know of n Gnns street In this town?" "Cans? That Is a new one on me. Try the city directory there on the edge of the desk." The nnme was not to be found, nor any other approaching It In sound or spelling, nnd I finally drifted out onto the street, really no wiser thnn when I first entered. I mnde one more effort, however, telephoning to n detective sergeant whom I knew well, ns to the present whereabouts of Ivan Waldron. The last heard of Waldron, he wns In West Virginia, speaking to striking miners; that wns less thnn a week ago; he had not been seen in the city since. 111 - 21:3. shall loll with I. Ihom, anil they thall bo Ills people. Hev. ;oi.m:X til lyVsVsfiaVjWrf' i .AI.G011ui.-- ij (i i r.VJi WWfl I 3 i inn""-- " Avecciaui-.-ii'-i""'"'-- SinuiU"ni;uit,xwj " iil : EVERY M Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-up- s than to use a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Heither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for grown-up- s. MOTHERS SHOULD READ liKVOTIOXAI. ItKADlNG ToriC-TI- iu l'KIMAKY Wants I's to l.tve. -- Tlic I'lialleiiKe Rev. Way 2l:l-- Jesus Jl'NIUU TUl'IC-Sui- na Wants I'm to I jo. INTi:it.Mi:niATK ani to Tlilnss Ji.us Tul'll- - ThcrctiylV(moUn$DW . ,nAU?ft fim'JfiS r..- iuiccriunivM ""-- r-- The YOlTNO l'KOl'I.K AM) AUUI.T Cli.ilhfMKe to thu Church. 1 scniok topic Hoys ninl Glrla. pas-ag- neither Oplum.MorpWne nor ilineraJ:NoT2coTICJ r t e' Is the l!eelatlon 11:1-1ir Scripture selected for dcotioiiul reading. Instead of attempting to re- lev tho lessons of the quarter it would be of great Interest nnd profit to enter Into a detailed study of tills YernS- -i Scripture. The following outline may Ik- - helpful. I. The New Heaven anil the New Karth (vv. 1, ) ; II. The New People (w. III. The New Jeruv. il l I). salem Another way would he to assign the Coldeii Texts to different meniU'rs of thu class asking them to give the part of the particular lesson which illustrates the teachings of the text. Still another way would be to summarize the different Scripture passages, giving the lending lessons of each. The following is given by way of suggestion : I. The believer's supreti.e obligation Is to present himself as a living sacrifice to Cod. The grand reason for so doing is that he has received the mercies of Cod. The one so yield- ed will love his fellow believer sin- cetvly. II. The belieer's body is God's properly tlie temple of the Holy Ghost; therefore we are under solemn obligation to use It for His glory. III. Since Cod the Puther and Jesus Christ work, it is incumbent upon all to work, ami the man who will not work should not eat. IV. Cod hales the greed thnt moves men to dishonest methods In order to get rich. His Judgment shall fall upon such. V. True education will lead one to Christ. The one only book which tells about him is the Bible. No one can call himself eilnr.it eil who Is ignorant of the Bible. VI. God when His work of; creation was done. On tills basis lie tniK established the law of labor ami rest. The obligation to cease from la- bor Is that one may remember God. VII. The church Is an organism as the human body. In order that there may be real helpful there must be membership in that body. VIII. Jesus should lie welcomed ns a guest Into every home. He Is an e- ample of an obedient son in the home. IX. The most Important question Is not "Who is my neighbor?" but "To Being whom can I be a neighbor?" n neighbor Is seeing those about who need help and rendering such help in loving sympathy. X. The Christian Is a citizen as well ns n church member. Intelligent Chris-- , tinnPtU stiow proper loyalty to the stnte. XI When Christ shall reign ns King there shall be peace all over the world between animals and men. The supreme business of the believer In this dispensation Is to preach the gospel to all the world as a witness. XII. Jesus came and preached the gospel to the poor, hut shall come again to Judge the world nnd reign ns King. Since the whole of man's duty Is summed up by Christ In duty to Ood and duty to mnn (Matt. 22:311-10- ), It would be profitable to go through the quarter's lesson and set down tho tenchings under I. Duties to God; 11. Duties to Man. ' re-t- ed ' J 1 and and Wrfehnwsi LOSS OF SLEEP Fac Simile Sijnatcreci fAtcXtiA t n 1 THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND BOTTLE OF FlETCHEIrS CASTORIA !if; GENUINE inECESiAcnCow.cx CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. Maybe. "Now, dearie, neer hurt your feelings." "Po you mean I must never ask him for money, ma?" Louisville Courier-- THE CSHTAUW COMPANY, NtW VOHK CITY. s Journal. Women Excel In Seed Tests. One branch of agriculture In which women are snld to excel men Is seed Many women testing and nnnlysis. nre employed In this work In various state departments of agriculture. Freed From Torture Esktonic Up-S- et New Shoes-O- I shake into them some Shoes Tight Shoes all feel the same if you ld - Cleared Him Stomach ALLEN'S FOOKASE The Antiseptic, Healing Fonder for the Feet Takes the friction from the shoe, freshens the feet and gives new vigor. At night, when your feet arc tired, sore and swollen from walking or dancing. Sprinkle ALLEN'S LOOT-EAS- E In tho foot-bat- h and enjoy the Mis ot leet without Ot 1.80C,0CO a (.., i. uh xrere u?ttt by Ask lor oir Ann j and ALLEN'S jan ache.Powder ponnds ef TOOT-EAS- y during the war. for the Trtt is ri "The people who have seen me snf--( fer tortures from neuralgia brought on by an up-sstomach now see me perfectly sound and well absolutely duo to Eatonlc." writes R. Long. Profit by Sir. Long's experience, keep your stomach in healthy condition, fresh and cool, and avoid the aliments that come from an add condition. Eatonlc brings relief by taking up and carrying out the exce'3 acidity and gases loes It quickly. Take an Eatonlc after eating and see how wonderfully It helps you. Big box costs only a trifle with your druggist's guarantees t - THICK, SWOLLEN GLANDS that make a hone STOCK. ' Wheeze. Roar, hare Thick Wind or Choke-dow- n, reduced with a?s LIKE IT PRO? BUCK IH FEED BOX coriTAifo KEYS. NUX can be Blackhan Stock Remedy company j ' corrtiuj ros works, suunnm ro Tut siooo. (AID SY VOMICA. A TONIC AKO TVHL DAIRY SALT W DOSING. AJK YOU ClAU TOR SLACKMATTS ZlCf ! TJj!' jAi-rrrr- t VCTIRINAKUM Oil WRITE rem Tut kid. I YEAKi Chattanooga.Tenn. GOOD POSITIONS AT HOME Ambitious men and women of good character can earn big money in this vicinity Write at once for particulars. In Business Sloce IKS sljo other Bunches or Smelling. NobliJter, no hair gone, and hone kept at work. Economicalonly afew dopj required it an application. $2.50 per bottle delivered. 33k 3 R trs. ISSOESllli JS, the antiseptic liniment for mankind, reduces Cysts, Wens, Painful, Swollen Veins and Ulcers. Si. 25 a bottle at dealers or delivered. Book "Evidence" free. W. F.Y0UNB. Inc.. SISTsbbIs IU Saringlslo. Miss. ' First come, first served. 12 E. Third SU Cincinnati, Ohio THE T. H. SNYDER COMPANY MERELY CHANGE THEIR TUNE , THEIR ESTIMATES TOO LOW First Typesetting Machine. The original Inventor of the typesetting machine was William Char",v of Boston, who had It paten fe i , England In 1822. or 32 years Slu, j Mergcnthaler was born. In al). - were 20 different typesetting machines rendered useless by Mergentbaler's Invention. :- Members of Great and Noble Army of Proof That Engineers Have Erred in Their Figures Concerning the Croakers Are Never Permanently Weight of Crowds. Discouraged. Orvllte Wrlslit wns talking nt a Dayton dinner about the new Caproni biplane uhli-- ciirrle 100 passengers. "What will the scientists say now?" he laughed. "When my brother nnd I were trying to My the scientists proved time nfter time that llight was Impossible to man. Afterward, when Hying was actually accomplished, they proved that airplanes would never be more than duiigerntts toys big. stable ones couldn't be made they'd be too heavy to rise. "Those scientists were like the old lady who was taken to see the tlrt trolley car to start In her village. She looked nt the car and sniffed: "'It'll never go." "Hut the car did go. It went beautifully. Then the old lady, staring after Him Relative to the Box. Mys-terlo- ask for T.I I r .11 41 53 The purified and refined calomel tablets that are feausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retained and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c company, my mind so occupied with other matters that I scarcely once thought of the strange purchase I had made, which remained securely hidden. It wns only after returning to my own room, then nearing midnight, that It was again recalled to memory. Only an Idle curiosity and n feeling of sleeplessness Induced me to draw the article forth, and remove Its wrappings, but the sight served Immediately to Increase my Interest It wns certainly a wonderful find, artistically beautiful, and most unusual In design. There was a mystery that must have exercised a strange spell over my Imagination, for I dreamed of the d workman who fashioned It, forgetful of the passing night hours. A clock somewhere In the neighborhood struck, and I counted twelve, arousing myself. Perhaps 'J was already hnlf sleeping, for as I turned to rise my sleeve struck the box nt the edge of the table, and before I could prevent the fall. It lay upon the floor nt my long-dea- Enter the heroine. (TO BK CONTINUED.) whole matter over to the proper bureau for Investigation, two facts led me In another direction I was sufficiently young to seek adventure, nnd I desired to verify my suspicions before creating any false alnrm. As I rested there, sleepless, staring up at the black celling, the words of WHY BRICK CHIMNEYS LEAN HEADACHE? Go to your druggist or dealer and ask for a package of WHITE CAPS and get relief, with no bad after effects. You can depend upon "White Caps. They contain no narcotic or prohilllice drugs. Trial Six 10 eta. Regular Site S eta. BILBEBT BEOS, ft CO Baltimore, X4. Mn Poor-Lan- d Farmer which you farm that counts, so much as the number of dollars you clear from each sere. Men e who have bought our farms are making from (1,000 to $2,000 per year. Ideal location. Fine schools and good "roads. ten-acr- It is not the number of acres As I stooped hastily to recover the overturned box, I was astounded to discover the bottom slipped partially aside, as though some secret spring had been touched, revealing so narrow a receptacle that the ordinary eye would never suspect the possibility of Its existence. Not only was there a false bottom, but the opening revealed a closely folded paper. I grasped this quickly, a thrill running through me. message What ancient and was about to be unfolded? But no I This was plainly modern a clean, white sheet, no folded parchment of old, but some mystery of yes terday. There was writing there, In Spanish, so faintly traced I could barely decipher the words, yet clearly revealed as of this day and generation. I know Spanish fairly well, having had a year in Mexico City, yet It required some time before I could puzzle out the message on this sheet The paper had been torn, seemingly sundered from a much longer letter, and pre served merely because of the specific address and Instructions It contained. long-burle- d feet. the strange fragment of letter vividly before me. Little by little I dug nt the truth, coming finally to this conclusion: "10S" was, no doubt, the recognized number of some agent who had been dispatched to America on a special errand to the conspirators In this country. He had sailed Saturday, a month ago, or more, and must have long since nrrlved at some port, bringing with him Instructions not to be Intrusted to the mall, nnd sufficient money. In form of letter of credit, with which to finance whatever nefarious scheme of revolution might be contemplated. This money was to be paid out to the authorized party through a man named Krantz. n Who wns Krantz? There was a banking firm, Kulb, Krantz & Co., In Wull Street and It was quite probable these might prove the ones Involved, although to my knowledge they had no outward junta connections of this nature. "Gans" was evidently a street, although I could recall none bearing so peculiar appellation, while the password was In Itself proof almost positive as to the South or Central American sympathies of the conspirators. These facts were fairly clear as 1 thus weaved them together, but they were rendered more damning by the other name mentioned Waldron. It this was Ivan Waldron, I had good rea son to know the fellow, nnd to con nect his activities with any scheme destined to embarrass the government He was a professional ngltator of the most pronounced type, a socialist radl cat, who In the past had openly advocated opposition to nil law and order. Moreover, the fellow had a large and desperate following, to whom he was a He was reported to be a well-knowhigh-prie- Reason Generally Ascribed Is Alter, nate Wetting and Drying to Which They Are Subjected. Between the wagon builder, alternately wetting and drying a board to bend It to the desired shape, nnd the house chimney, grotesquely leaning the east, brick masons say there Is similarity. The leaning chimney Is a subject on which even the doctors disagree, but the theory referred to teems the most plausible. Chimneys lean toward the east. A little observation anywhere will prove this. Even the best-buiaffair of brick and mortar, acquiring age, often begins to lean. Various theories are advanced, but the explanation of alternate wetting and drying seems the best. Chimney walls collect more or less tnolsture during the night, on all sides. Now, If the broad side of the chimney ts toward the east, and If the sun strikes that part of the chimney first, thnt side dries out much quicker than the north or south side, or the western tide. In time of rainfall, the east side ordinarily is dried the quickest. This general condition tins the "effect of pulling the chimney toward the east. lt House Divided Against Itself, who sits nliove the waterlloods Is still working out Ills ways, nnd man's extremity Is, ns ever, (iod's opportunity. But If wo are to be real sharers in this task of divine reconstruction, nnd fuitllltng of God's purposes for the human family. It behooves us to do our utmost by prayer nnd effort to repair the breaches which human waywardness has wrought In that Instrument which lie has designed, nnd through which He has chosen especially to work out humanity's salvation the church of the living God, the One, Holy, Catholic nnd Apostolic Body of Christ. For until these wounds nre healed the church must present herself ns n house divided against Itself; and, because the Savior's prayer for n unity in the "one fold" remains unfulfilled. Ills enemies continue to triumph, nnd the forces which make for righteousness nre thwarted. Bishop Howden. lie Urn. "A school teacher lavishes much, brain power on her pupils." "Dm." "It must please her to see her pupils become famous In after life." "Urn." "Wbo Is jour most famous pupil V "A Jazz toe dancer." And There You Have IL Elizabeth, when asked the ages of her two brothers, answered, "I am big. ger than the littlest one tvtd littles than the biggest one," In the passage like a of musketeers, from the bouse steward down to the lowest livery servant, and each of them holds out his hand to you In as deliberate a manner as the servants In our Inns on the like occasion. The master of the house turned his head away, pretending not to be aware of what was going fprwar-Lord Hervey records that George IPs queen thought It necessary to give vails In town as well as In the country, but the king told her she was a fool to do so. London Chronicle. What the Lord Said. The one thing indispensable In the service of Christ we enn learn nowhere else except nt Ills feet. Hero Is the spiritual secret wldch makes a saint so potent for the hlgliest good. For It Is true of a saint that "the least of his words and actions may be of more vital effect In the world than the life's labor of any or the herd of benevolent people who are busied about much serving." Our Lord said concerning Ills chosen friends: "For their snkes I sanctify, I consecrate. Myself." Even when we set apart all that was unique In His nil that He alone could, once for all, achieve! those solemn words come homo to every disciple. For their sakes I consecrate myself. Nothing So Sure as Death. A blessed thing It Is to die here, that we may live there. "And nothing Is so sure as death, and nothing so uncertain as the time. I may be too old to live; I can never be too young to die. I will therefore live every hour, as If I were to die the next." Selected. Fiction Par Excellence. "Scribbler seems to be having great success with his moving picture scenarios; did be take a college course in fiction writing?" "College course nothing. He started In by selling suburban real estate." No Difficulty There. Interesting experiments were made some time ugo at Harvard university which seem to demonstrate that engineers usually underestimate the maximum loading cuued by dense Lines to Be Remembered. crowds on bridges, floors and platMany a shaft at random sent, finds forms. Forty men averaging 1C3 pounds in weight placed In a box six mark the archer little meant; and an average pres- many a word, at random spoken, may feet square cau.-e- d sure of 1S1 pounds to the square foot soothe or wound a heart that's broken. on the tloor. Walter ScotL An engineer has estimated the weight per square foot of the densest Uninterrupted Entertainment. crowds on the New York elevated rail"What constitutes the lore of the ways at only 13 pounds, but since the great cities 7" Harvard experiments the opinion has "I dunno," replied Farmer been expressed thnt the maximum "unless It's the fact that the platloading on the elevated cars and biggest town always has the most forms may be nearer 1S1 than 43 movln' picture theaters." d pounds. This applies to other True. crowds. It shrieked: "Sulphuric add will not attack "'It'll never stop!'" gloss." What Every One Thinks. "Well?" New Cure for Spring Fever. A number of young people were dis"But you gotta be careful about how Lassoing mountain lions Is a bettet cussing private theatricals when a to transport bootleg liquor." Louiscure for spring fever than sassafras young man remarked that he never ville Courier-Journatea. according to a mighty Chicago enjoyed participating in such enter who lias Jut returned from n taintnents hunter s doe of his favorite spring "I always think I am making such BED-BUG- S tonic. We may Ih pardoned If we p fool of mjself," he concluded. "Oh, everybody thinks that," said still persist In the belief that the disease Is much to lie preferred to either one of the girls, by way of encouragement. of the remedies prescribed. P. D. Q. Kills Bed Bags, Road.es Ants and Their Eggs As Well A 33 cent package makes ona quart, enouen to kUl a million, and contains a patent spout tree, to get them In the places. Tour Drostfst has tt or can set It for you. or mailed pre paid on receipt of price by the OWL CHEMICAL WORKS, Terro Haute. Ind. Ccnulae P D. Q. la never peddled. Corn-tossclose-packeL Orst-clas- To Rid a Lawn of Moles. . To exterminate moles from a garden or lawn take a tablespoonfnl of turpentine and mix It well with a cupful of ordinary sack salt, and with a tablespoon scatter It through their runways. -- i PESKY P. D. Q. hard-to-cet-- Tastes Fine, and Better for Health is a pure, wholesome cereal "beverage, containing nothing harmful to nerves or digestion. ' It should "be foiled at least twenty minutes. Then Postum Cereal will reveal richness a true cofFee-lik- e of color and flavor. Postum Cereal Western Canada cSerstoho. seekers opportunities that cannot be secta elsewhere. The of farmers froa. 'he United States who hare accepted Cant ' ffenerous offer to settle on FREE homesteads or buy farm land In her provinces hare been well repaid by bountiful crops. There Is still available on easy terms a Land of Prosperity thnt Fertile Land at SIS ie $30 an Acre land similar to that which through many years hit yielded from 20 to 43 boshcla ot wheat to the acre oats, barley and great flax also in abundance, while raising horses, cattla. cheep and hogs ts equally profitable. Hundreds of fanners m Western Canada have raised crops in a single season worth more than the whole cost of their land. Wltn such success comes prosperity. Independence, good homes and all the comforts and conveniences which make life worth living. are sources of Income second only ta grain sou siunwa good kojk msmy. Attractive climate, neighbors, churches and schools, good markets, railroad rlltiri rural telephone, etc. Farm Gardens, Poultry, Dairying Jasper CofflrtyFarms Company Box 121, Newlaad, Indiana. Proof Nw, Taluibl lab Short Made ormtory product 5oubia lit of stuxlctthtr. Wtaxproofa, eoati llttl. aavea doll arm. Folder. Chrornetax Prod. Co.. Cppr Montclalr, N. J FJLBN S3 DAILY with tew hours work to roar own locaUtjr. No experience Beeesaary. JOHN O. Writ for terms ana particulars. CTFKER8. lOt John BU CINCINNATI. O. Wr W. N. U, CINCINNATI, NO. 25-19-21 Its head waters In the heart of the mountains. The Peace and the Athabasca flow Into Lake Athabasca; the The Mackenzie river li one of the outlet of the lake Is the Slave river, treat atreams of the world, draining which flows Into the Great Slave lake; an area of 677,400 square miles and the outlet of which Is the MacKemle discharging Into the Arctic ocean at river. tie rate of 600,000 coble feet per secTips In Days of Old. ond. Its vast basin (s unique, since part The tips, or "vails" of the eighteenth It on one side of the Rocky mountains and part on the other. Out of century were by no means confined to the western part flow the two large Inns. One traveler through the countributaries, the Laird and the Peace try, L Blanc, says that after dinner, trrvt. Asotber, tb ItbAnatcs, has with a friend you'll find all the serv Canada's Greatest River ants drawn up file "There's a Reason I duced railway rates, illustrated liters, ture. maps, description of farm oppor tuuiucs ui inauuwn, oaaaaicnewan. CXCafJJSBSM M sbbWI I For certificate entitling yoa to re- Sold by grocers everywhere. Hade mm 8 FtM.STV I I UsJL I 1. 12. tntanirftin Station BUg. Columbus, Ohio .t SaftataJ Start, MMa rum tiailia, PmMmmCmm. mm W. S. NETHEHT w "My daughter," said Mrs. Gotror, dubiously, "Is by no means poor, you know." "Oh. that's all right," responded the suitor cheerfully. "1'ra poor enough tor two." Grand Baplds News. hy Postum Cereal Company.Inc cattle Lreelc, Michigan. CABBAGE 1.00.). Jun. A July dalltery. Br matt, prtpald. Ballhead. othar lasdlns varieties. 100. 41c. 130. U9; I.OOS, 1S.50: J.000. lit. Caul lCo war and Tomato. 100. oe. Every plant a good ona, w. J. MTEBS. R. a, MASSILLOX. OHIO. AOEJCTS We start yoa tn bsslaaas. raraJshlag ev.ryt&ljif: in an md ivooas: OBportoolty ot Ufa i tts to Mrs. Cl to tUO wwiiy acraticz , auiM. mwjcst rtoDvcrs Ox, jTTirport, Ky. I ' " ' its fiiHni''r"'r 5 St-- - 0WINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK! - llHu!d-llll- "' irr.iiid-t- n. lm if. er I I SOV C wWINUSVlLLE. - - -Published Weekly, Ml k. KY. CAMPBELL, GIRGUS. BAILEY COAllUNr.l) HUTCHINSON WILD BssgBSsssasasssart&ssPi Y. atch the Following For Unusual Bargains. MIAN'S NFITLETON' Prices I STEPSTONE. . ' is ' ' ' .v . " ' , . . Entered according to net of Cob .tress, at the Owitursvillp, Ky., Matter. jl.Jee as seeond-elus- s subscriptum OUTLOOK'S . VlIG os are as follows: p . Yoar t Months iic , . Tee Months It , ! ami KmeNtvriiiv ami Wilde t1di-- r -t Ntmll. l.. . Ml. l' IV l;- Sli'iniiiii Alexander . -i tei. l.iid ;i i i MENAGERIE AND WEST t'ktrtie Criri- - ami oil'e .ii mid Thii J.nir hh4 and m mr.- SIIOPN. ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00. MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN SG5.00 Suit $10.00, $55.00 Suit Suit S25. . THOMPSON, UWItlUbVllie, --- .... nei. h. All Palm Reach and Cool Cloth Suits 1 Price, Ladies' and I iviiiui.i.j .ilc.l lite ItaMe lai-- t taller. iMinitl- - It Strr TnrusDAY, DEMOCRATIC .jint. u:t. iui Mi n'.i-rr- and ramHy. WEDNESDAY, A . JUNE 29TH HfJ-li-E- Children's Slippers under competitors Mtwtjy. "I Mt. ANNOUNCEMENT For County Judge S. O ("IJODKS. NKK HWIN'I! ("i .I()1INT CLARK JOSHI'lI WILLIAMS W. D. 15A1LKY line, 'pent svb Bilk hrr i;rai; J. D. Alexander ami fa 'I' (uretits 'arl tJorrrtl and ite auA tin' in Ml. Si- Mar lillie tin comprehensive ensemble of the world's Debt uu formers and finest trained animals, including Shirt injrs. Sheetings. Cottons, Percales, Ginghams, lower than we have seen them for years. We are making prices on all merchandise in our house. Come and enjoy them. GOODPASTER & CO. -- rt. 1 . For Sheriff S. 11. KSTILI-H)ajl- k: Aaron Famum; and JL Balls. Xln a ar uin-- r at Mr ta r'rtluv nitil Jum-24- . She i . lrm t' raie fumU wit'. -- Una li lm hrr mini i - l .iit d Ail ore l.t atlt-u.i4. ':iIIm- lta-at.-.in-1l. Vxttanlay. Ttirrr Bill Jf - w rllf rafrmrs i It TI I 1 SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL Mis. -l:-- Ijla -. Uaireti. l I're l kobkkt r. in id IS. PffurtirK : Pa Mns aiul lsirn j ! it. m'til iW r - tat few tla oitti XI i . tit Mi- Mi-.- Vrair. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I). W. lMKJUKTT l t 11- - e Sr-- UiHir IHevin. at Ml. Slerlitiff. I. SALT LICK, As sli'oiii; siml - - - KENTUCKY lioncsty smd Slr. . Kiitttii. it altte I iit Im- - a- - itk id ;i-- ssi le iis clakkxci: n. cwssinv For COUNTY CLERK pai4 lifif: o-- Lelkrr Kilttwuet ut ;ii t. a- - in Ml. St pnuIciKM' ninko it Mini' Ltttte tlltie t'onley liltl In tVtnley : Janw pram) tanpnt UmHris. s a- -l oeek. mif- - al Ml. For Tax Commissioner Llarl; Wilwui aad o iff, f Tbomp-mmi'THOMAS L. JOXKS Vednel;i will Mali, u .n-it-l Duiwtws: 1M I?. Hewitt. if Urtke'. 1'allir Itacan. Un. H1 Thos. Cruueh, of l'resloM. K en-I- t aiJ Wayne Mrri. KXUl.n JOK !' lii'-'li.1. Drntti'.: By M.i. f Slwrji and Jne Mirn and lns. mA SJH4rv (lark f Sail Ym I un.l lamil.., tl Uii dare, tnetilx For Clerk ef Circwit Gnurt. in all Imtk tlinnrr m it KAKLE Ik THOMPSON U.ilt- - i:!.Jridpe and oil'e Samrlt. WATSOX S. THOM AS. TV' itttMie and family oil" K F;r Jailer l Tnrtet nilV and : ,i..-- r t. j'ixi:. in 11:. Sterling Satunla' . VMiK SXT H! VJi. . Mi A. K. W'ynJI oa in ill. Sirr KUiYI) lLK Dilrtics: ItAKNK Charles. I!; -- 1 Ial week. v ami tWf possible. Ihiiikinu; business. Stt-rlin- le k mm. ,.JBt . ' 1 i-- rrtl ROUGH AND RESSE IIAKWOOI) LUMBER OUR SPECIATIES: I jti. in I l"t' Flooring, Ceiling and iding OUR MOTTO: m rlrni tl.M'HK sr.rox. For Representative b '. DUE STKKI.K W. W. X1XOX WOUIWT J. WILLIAMS NATHAN SO!M!KLL, i!,. . Jr. and nitr an.i Uilter ami tlie4er ita ii in ill. Strrlin Sunday Kl M 'lev. tif l'1a I it. viMte-- l JSIIV it- - He nve MnIe. Kiiliar.l (.I-!.. i "k. I jrirnter Good Material, Low Prices i mmm&mk..msm, jiiMsvmaK mttmmviiKiMMFtsmte . -- m'..!i-;&'i&sttRttiky- i mtv.p souwmim.--jatsc&.!EL:-:- ...s yax y. i;kei:x. mms& wwi a n and Fair Dealing. salt lick U'.'l::r co.. salt lick, THE MOST ru ky TIU)S. I. KXKiHT. A NOTED SOPRANO cLKftxri' l'owr.K. For Circuit Judge. HliXKY K. IM'KWITT. . For GGmmenwcalth's Attorney. w. I'. HAMILToy. fMGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT It. T. MYKIis MAGISTRATE 6lh D!STRICT. OLL1E OKAYCRAbT CHARLES MYERS &P4GLICAM ANNOUNCEMENT For Jailer JROERT "i S. ANDERSON. C1LTRL1E HOItXDACK OLYHPIA Atkins and h Ruth Van sunt, of Moreliead, -t Tnestlay of their eon -- In jrrs. W. R. Jaekson Clws. Swartz left Tuesday Tor s I514er, Colo., for his health. ky kis wotker Mrs. aeeowimmeil D. It. Swart., ko will tiy willi linn for awhile. Roherls Mifcsos. Xeola awl Myra kave returned to their home at PawtsvHle after a motrtV. stay with tlK-i- r grawlwotHer Ir. Ley HhiI. M. Steele and Mr. and M.K in Leii!;--t:-'t A'rs W. W. Peiree Mrs. Ijiwphley ls for the Americin and father to provide for his 'hiidi(n and al' who are dependent on him" i through a policy in the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co,, of Newark, N. J. THE FAMOUS DAVENPORT FAMILY of RIDER? CI.AKKNCK ULERY, A liosjl of clowns. The world s iientest. .hipnnesr A herd of perform iiii? elephants. Agent, Owinirsville, Ky wonder Irotipe. A whore school of educnted, knnwini; hcthind ponies hn-hand ei? mm mngsderf. wh( Lillian Madame at our riiautauqua. lias a lieau Ufut volte and charmtnc manner. tifuSB l a.-k- EAST FORK Several from here attended the et meetiiur at Kainiew Sunday, The seluMil-lmu-e ARLINGTON SISTKRS in beautiful living statuary poses! Trained dogs! j 1 HRiLLlNO WILD Wri;-- T trained monkevs! Crillion's aerialists Exhibition, Cowbjys, Co Girls, lnmcho BusUrs, Rider.-- . Mexican. Indians, Dar-im- r Trick anil feats of fiorfentausliip tMiipl-ve(i, is lieiiijr enlar itl at this dure. m !7 A crih of fifty barrels of com, . waiton and harness, and row liar j Imnied al Lazarus Hawkins' place here the juist week. The jilaee wat rented liy Roliert Bailey and it was his emu and iiHplemeiils that hnrmtl. ! Cleveland Wtmdard, of this jilaeej I . ... tir ney-i.mws .iyriie neiuni', oif it . P. P. K'Hrilsn has old his store ani ddsville, were married al I'leminKs-Iwr- e t 0. L. Eraier, of Hoar Preston the tia.--l week and went to to 0. L. Fraaier, of Hear Preston at Mr. Woodard'sj ifr. Frawor took iMssosiii last iJaee the followiin; dav. All xuh week. ' ! them miifh hapiiiness. Perry Stolen and family, of Ac grHosts of his parents LOCUST GROVE. and JIri. l. U Staton. Mr. Jese Coylc, of AshVaHdr"was heru Vein Whitton attended elmreli at Fairview Sunday. last week. Tmnilantin ttdmi-e- is the onlcr Mr. and Mrs. W. It. .laeksen w of Ihe day here. Mr. hi Morehoad the guests of A good rain fell here Salnnla.v Jlrs. Lawphley Atkins Friihiy and vas rcr.v iiittht and Sunday whit-Saturday. ' adly needed. Mr. and Airs. J. Ii. Gray were W Misses Mahel, Imojrene and Ruhy IitisviMe Sanday. Whitton visited Clem Riddle and fam W. It. Jaekson returned to lit wrk at Hazard Sunday after x ilv near Okla Saturday nurht and nmlay, attending ehureh at Fair wsek's stay with his family here. lew Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Steele The following were visitors recenttheir home at Russell Saturday ly at Warren Swetnams; Mrs. Roht. fUr a visit with the latter's ihirews Oakley, of Itoe's Run. Nannie RogMr. antl Mrs. George Swartz. Dan Downs visited her sis- ers of Peek's Ridge, Wayne Williams Arrs. ter Airs. Statin at Steiistmie 1r t and family, of Lower While Oak and Miss Mae Swelnam of Tjiper White week. Oak. Mrs. Nannie Rogeis. of Peek's ODESSA shoals ltiil.ne is visiting her sisters, Mrs: Lu .1. L. MHriihtad hot?ht four (rem Claroace Civer at lOe per Il. ey SwetHHHi and Mrs. Belle Stewart Alhort Hwownn and wife .mil and other relatives in the enmity. Misses Ruth Hawkins and Leona Mr. Fanniiy atd fawHy, of Snlt tlHi'-reJulia and visited Mis-Im:, spmt SHday with Tip HorseIItlri-at Grange City and man, and- family. chuvh there hist week. Atrx. Jyhn Porter and little daHpi' Mrs. A. L. Viee and son Estill, of Sanset, Fleimni: eouti-t- y tor Gleora, 'mc iVtikiHR Iter iitcr Mrs. II. near Hillslioro, sjienl one day last week with Mrs. fleorgia Riddle and Olwftrc. Qlpde Bonnott and wife and Mrs. Hiss Sara Riddle. ' Willie Hendrix, wife a Gcanjfe Bennett njtent Saturday iiijht and Snwday with Mrs. Mary 1$. nic Mark visited W. H. Downey nea 7'iorhnriie reeenlly. St'ofthens at Slate Valley Mis. Kirhy Bradley, of Ojf.ten, Ark., eawie Saturday to wuit her )i The Last Word. "A woman always lias the Inst rtK 6am Darn4t ami family. commented Mr. Growehcr. "It v-- d W. T. .lines a...l family, of t y fn't entirely her fault," replied Mlsv are viilinp relatives here. tbiana, Cayenne. "Some men are too dull or Dallas Gudfell and wife went to too bashful to do a reasonable shnre Mark Doualdsoii's Sunday to see Mr. In keeping up the conversation." j tnult'lw.le t Tsir nie AV(?rli's Hoi;? K Fair :MiO men, wenien mid horses n p. in. at J and curious features from all ends of the earth. Tvo l)ejftnn;.iii-Grand street nnrndt at noon. c : SALT LICE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 . eriir !iense-keeiin- ... jr HOMER B. HULBURT. Mr. Km nk 1 , Imii wry with tint muili V. 1). IJailfV villiit'li-rii atti-iulm- in nun- -. ii k I't-- r !' .t-- Itivt-r-iit'- . li(v ai' l rr o ml lu-- r l;i - ncaraiTaag- - While yen are Buying get the Best Hart, SchafFner & Marx CLOTHING Stacy-Ad- a nfe Shoes They ,go together LACY-COON- S- rmn-t-ry- . 4 AND CO. wifi'. i re l iliuh-l- t . f Uoiii'Sunt.av - " i. , : SALT LICK it li- - r mill hil'l f Di'lmit, fit- - t'atullV "1' h- -r fat he-' '..Mr-.. Kiitlly hit liinj i,. xit'. with flirs....Mr. Ptmi i I'iert c iiutl little tluupbtor, Alnrn. i.f j ii it,, nri 'l.t.. fli ( art-- . Mr. f 1 .1. I". horoa; TI "itsr ed ii orses Ciaytt.ii. i Aslilau.i, Imi - I'V flu- irt-- i ; tin izw I "( T'lisli.-- , M fri f ii-- ! Annual Su:nmsr waetairr at a Vuu Oretfii nr.-- !' nl. i ..i'i-- . ii- - rel-ed't- o Saturday to Iwld u a' meetiujr at Cliristiiiii (linn-li- . ...' . ;;. -i- L Slakes: HIUHUl .-. !e, at iHi Hill, earn V mr- (Convenient to Cincini all) a'ONIA acctun-modatio- ns are GRANGE CITY triwble. f ntlit-rIniii llray antl Clyih? Davis were a Man the other tiny etimptaln I t while l- i- was at a rertaln hotel in Wiwhester k.-- t week m th wter there un Imeim for lireakfa-i- t every -- t .(' the Ftemiii; aii eowfmay. 1f friend, Murninu ami never IJev. l Marpiiy 'las leert wliii liatiil tlh. tleclaretl tltat V wh rr- - & "Why, tltere's iwtli-ini- r an iHtorestiag series niot nli-elimn Itarnn!" he said. Just imsf here. inclined to think yon when yon : ' aid Teddy .ft r. In the are the tm-- tt "pnt-nnat Viffeesir Sw l . unrld. look iroitnd and ynn'll fiiui many u ere trotl'ded unes with ulinin yon wohNI Harlan Hioipf baa rvtiirwutl fr-- s. tint cliaiiKe iilinvt. Kv.-- in mi:nr llilnc smw' of intitlemnt ili-i- ti-- li. 1 x f f-- v ill i it'ity. ' M9THES8AVE IT ' .i i and i iiiiiirm Vent ItaMfitim. of Lnstfe. Hamrit. Ift-t- i t ,tt jtH.st-- t at VaH-H- Ib l Ro , Crpi-rSr- es tl Dr. llulburt Is un autliorlty on tlu Far KhrI QiieKtlon. that so tliorouglil connnncds the attention at tlio world twenty-twyears ho today. to the Kuiperor of Korea oi! Etatc aud ililouiatic matters, balm: roeommpncliHl to tlwt placo liy obi own Slate Department. Ilia leclnn at our Cluutduqua will lie a rloar forceful dlncusskm of the tremendoitf ly important ami inten-Mtinsituation In the Far Kagt. The subject of his let turo is Th Oriental C'lio.sUoan!." here R. L. t vi'1 wwk for PortHmeut'i. Mvent felt Vti .. ti -- iic Mn ii in. f Ftwrjiln. ar-- . 1 hi-- t "vri-l- ; i t Kptiml the Jimi-i r It - mi he .'itim'lf l,diliMt . 'itl Settc-..Mi.--. t - M". U flu; h:- - lal June 4th to July Sth S&luiJd. Juae Saturday. Jumc UTKt i o-- f PEBBLE o ' We liuil a koim! rain here Smitf;. mal.intr a tine tolwi-- season wlticHi all farmers are takinpr a.lvnntBre o' . eiitl Kevs. Kidiie, SliiiJiIs and IJoatn Sriii" ....I'hesUrr Ivairuk itli I'ti mticlim hore ifi" hi Hammer va a fiuiler tlwtrpe llarrit k. ..Atitony tho Sunday night. ii k we note Mrs. Kllen Statou hot- Ii'ussel Viee, wifu aud son, of Bir ti-- r of lliix ...Mi-- . Win .tt-'ni- - 'ti lie! ;oV Mill, visiti-- relatives here 8ai W'-im- little s n ret'iml i'fnni a h t bcr i nther i'i Mt- -- .iiip: nh? jm1 the doi tor v 'll tn hinsrkcepiMr in the brifk they reeently irareliantsl fmra llurrc Gulliver atul ifo...JuIins.i x't uiitj and wife, wlut r ' uried Crrm a year's in Pan nte- -t hi Mr. and Mr-- . I. iu'. I IV w i'.unk ir ii I'anl 1 uiisl the iiniinp hull nt ' , . i ; . un' lk! .HH 'c '! hi-v- The unusually high class of the ht.rJcs on the ground, the excellence of the progr.mi proved hook and Wilh Ache: Virginia Lady and Pains Until Motiter Began Giving Her Cardai. . ' -- ii-'. :ertrn.! is vin'tin-- r la- -. Myers, of Wyniiiiny, ' i'ie- - here Shh4iit. rrfiri of ma- -. Jhstc, vidd i MB' Si Unity. Juno ltd C5!C..SIif for patror s combine to int::rc the i:iecc of the nuving at the iwpuh'.r Sllonlaj'. i Latonia Coi.ije. '3tt BUJU' St" t.n 3 Thosr who this month tinest jJixirt in vT tr Salar! v. 13tb 1 1 SslonUr. Jane tftll ua tzi.:i font utmu evxs v' :t history. enjoy the 2, ear ilughett residiiiii ou Uo-i- t here, recently told a visitor of her interesting with Cardai. Miss Ilughett sa.d: "I had been suftaring for some time with painful . . . I was pale, dldn'C feel like soiBS. Would just drag around, and couldn't i rest to do any good. I would suffer onco a month with my back, sides nnd head. My limbs would ache aad I didn't know what to do. but I knew I .1 it. I i1 must w wnmiNb r .lf.l well by letting it run on. "My mother is a believer in CarduL t e ! I I w Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alico , Moore's Ferry T. i : I. TriH:t visited several tfays an Uamr wan m WoMhuf e mn ht reek. 1 t Wii- -i ttrst-- mi 'liitsiitenci test n Ktml i HHftrovkig' Mi4y. slawly. Jlyers was in .Mlie yt. .uhty eW ".'i.- -. hsea. Stt Liefc 3i; fast (n a.al Mis '. two-week- s' ittu i S.ttnnbr. Jalr Zad tntturuii Tso?ai J i Kentucky Jockey Club Latonia. Ky., CoJTC3 urday and Sunday and attend? I Mrs. Alta Perkins and children, near PiniiiiKbhuiv, vixited her raolh- - er Mrs. Chris Woodnrd rocoatly. flus iu Midlnitd and Fur h. m , dyr' r n f Mr. ing of that diseaw) Friday uiflit. ' - tr i' iiite n l:- - -- ' - j a U t of "' '"' Mom' J.It 4th mm t n SatunUr- - July 9Ui -:- ' 11-- -r- fis i ltrn ti ttte wife of OweK VrtJi-n'It to me. "It wasu't lottg before I saw n .In bc 15. a 1 jciri. m change. It was Just what I needed. Brtilher Lawsos. of Menifee cert-:- . It regulated me. I began to eat and Bleep, and the ltll tofleiI. at 11("wlls seiHXH- "Cardul Is wlilrout doubt the bestj,J' twl,H!,, -- e Kt d.iy BM.4it, Satunfaty uiHt 1 am glfid I fetnnle tonic nide. aud cau recommend it to others. ami Sunday anontig'. If suffering with symiow8 swell aa We had a rain Swdgy aftei. Mis Ilueiiett mcHtinu. or ether alt-ti- n' .. a. hy no benwu'.'ar to neetletL it.i- i, wlni-ln.- - rlt I wel gin Ore" :! at once? It.i tt:iM'.-tlirLe by BuecessfHl for woro ,tt hi t h tioMgit soan hoc lb:ia 40 ea.-a- . Saai Mine a few days g at try Cantal! NO-UYour druiit sells it. v. ni--- e i d ' S I