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Owingsville outlook: June 30, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921063001_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: June 30, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLII OWINGSVILLE, RURAL SCHOOLS MONDAY, JULY KENTUCKY, WILL BEGIH THURSl )AT, 'JUNE 30, 1921. NUMBER 50. Ice Teas at It. C. Byron's. PERSONAL Kwing Flood, of Ashland, . guest of relatives here. i J. I 1- the higlic.-- t court in the State, has las. Arnold Mark left Monday for recently declared the new school Master's Hand Tohaeco Setter $'J Chicago, where he has secured emlie constitutional law t E. U & A. T. BYRON'S. at and valid. This means that the forte ployment. and jxiwcr of the compiilson atDr. II. .1. Daily left WYdne.-d- uj Granulated sugar is quoted at tendance law, heretofore questioned $5.40 a hundred on the New York for Oklahoma City, Okla., to visit his y is now juarcly cstnblish-ea rents. market. and that it will ! cnforrctl with Larue Byron, of Indianapolis, is out fear or exception. The law proOne new and one second hand visitinjr his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. vides thai all children of normal mis Tobacco Setter for sale ly T. Hymn. iiind anil body, between the ages ol E. L. & A. T. BYRON. Miss Ruth Denton spent the uccl 7 and Hi must attend school ccr; lay. The only legal excuse is sick-lesThe Outlook prints candidate's end wlili IUi Nellie Doimliew a ami this must be attested by a trie' Oak. announcement cards and fence physician and the certificates of the signs. Let us have your onler now. Miss Emma Wilson, of Cynthiaua, ihyician tiled either with the teachis visiting her nephew, Dr. II. J. Daier or the attendance oflicer. Those I have a fine lot of sweet-potat- o ly and family who have in the past doubted the pants flor sale. Fassctt Bolts, of Louisville, spent validity of this law, should now tic MRS. JACOB KINCAID Sunday with hi-- , parents Mr. ami convinced that it is such a law as This is the headquarters for teas Mrs. Silh BotN. vas 1'rM reported, ami should begin and coffees. Mrs. Floyd Ross and children havi inakiii'- - preparations to comply with R. C. BYRON. :rturned from a two weeks' visit t' Is provisions. Natives at Walton. To the Republicans of Bath County: I have just received a supply of I Mrs. W. (5. Phillips and dniightc- Pratt's Poultry Food. You are hereby notified that then f Helena, Ky., are visiting then REESE WEL1.S. will be a convention of the Republi'n Mrs. II. .1. Daily. can Party held at the Court Hons-i, Lightning struck and killed a mule Mrs. S. 1). Thompson is able to gel Owingsville, Ky., on Saturday, lielonging to Shelby Gintcr, of the tit again after having been confine" .Inly 2nd, 11121 for the purpose of ? cKendall Spring neighborhood, Thurs- - t ler nM)m with illnes. selecting and endorsing Republicans Aav afternoon. Mrs. .1. - McCov has retun'.en for the various county officers lo tie iintigwcr .Mrs voted for nt the coming August priGet onr prices on .coal. ' lnmber. mm a visit lo her mary election. Let every Republican Shearer, of Lexington. lime and cement before buying. Right hi the'eonpty attend aid convention prices and prompt delivery. Miss Etlilh Palmer returned jSun Wtf5uJ.-Jdecide what is best for yalTKk-joukvsfc coal co day from a week's visit to hcr-n- u jam. ajidior ihepcopic." faW'Kriodppiir nt Fort Thomas. ihparijf .If. 3 Oil he tSaint! date there will lc Rogers Mrs. Auihrosc L'lery is nt the hed-- held a meeting of the Republican lioth of Montgomery county, were W. Don- - bounty Committee for the purpose of xrnntod license to ninny Tuesday side of her mother Mrs. A. hcw, who has becji ill at her homel selecting suitable persons tt- be rec evening. ni Divpsioue. .lit med iVr ap;i.iintmivt as ulcctioi ICE ICE $150 per Hundred Miss Gnrt, yiMtcd Miss commissioners for the countv ant x on unuay irin i Murgarel Xeshitt in Mt. Sterling ci for the transaction of any rthei Win ic ai , , 5 oclock to ai :du a. in. ana aurmg -attended' the regular business whit h niav come be ,,,, ,.,,. ,, 'week at G a. m. Delivenng from-- 7 rv tY tt nui .tee. - -, i to 9 a. in. Yours truly, Ben Snlyers who is employed with TKl'MBU SNKDKOAR, W. A. POWER. the Goodrich Rubber Company at Chairman Bath County Rcpubiiai' is spending a few .'(mmittce. Beginning the week of June 27, Cleveland, Ohio, days with his parents. Misses Edna Byron and Verna JL Attest, II. C. tiudgell, Sec'y. a it' Mr. and .MrslV?Oiuvne Cook will he prepared to give vocal Heavy Windstorm Visits County. Ohio hac t Go-- d instruction nt Miss Byron's home. 'i. oPp'-fiancc- . A heavy wind and rain storm Terms for tuition may be secured by returned to theic .home atter a visit swept over the Flat Creek and Stcp-k- - Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ewing. making inquiry at this address. .stone neighborhoods Friday after Mrs. Chas. Gahler and son, Lcm- noon, .uprooting many trees, unroof ML Lieutenant Elliot Jones, of inie and Miss Lena Claypool,- - of Mt. Stirling, an officer in the U. S. Avi Olivet, were guests of E. W. Morgan ing barns and doing other damage. A ation Corps, was killed when an air and family from Friday till Monday. barn on Carroll Hamilton's farm said to be the largest barn' in Bath plane which he was driving fell to Misses Thelma Blunt, of Shnrps- - .county, built to house 25 neres of the ground at his station in Califor burg, and Margaret Nesbitt, of Mt. tobacco, was blown down nnd demolnia. Sterling visited Miss Grace Crook: ished. Stepstone creek rose highei - and attended the dance in Ovvings Sentinel-Democrlooking backthan it has been known to be for 'e Wednesday nignu ward 25 years: many years and swept everything Hon. Chas. W. Nesbitt, of Owings- Miss May Dauglierty has returned on its banks before it. All the grow ville, and Mrs. Sallie T. Tliompson, rrom a vjK;t tl, ),er gter Mrs. Claudo ing corn in the valleys was complete of this city, were married in Cincln- - pax,, 0f Ashland. Mrs. Paxtoi. ly destroyed. The storm extended as I accompanied atj, Juuc 24.; her home and will re far as Robt. Bristow's farm but not nuch damage is reported from that main for Chautauqua. I " - locality, mm r uitii i iai . ., .,, , mnnrw nnrmomi i n. , d u-I- A. Power will make pictures Satunlav at liis home on Route the COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE LAW UPHELD. The Kentucky Court of Appeals, lltli, 1921 Bath county rural schools, with the exception of a few tlist rifts y where it has not been possible to teachers, will begin their next term on Monday, July 11th. This should be the best term of school Itnth county has ever had. Sup't. Kiueaid and the Hoard of Education have been workng hard that everything might be in readiness for the opening of school It is hoped that the patrons of our schools will cooperate this year as they have never done before; that they will use their every effort to help those in authority who are trying to improve the schools of the county; and that they will sec that their children attend school every day. The County Board of Education has adopted rules and regulations intended to systematize the school work of the comity These rules aud regulations have bJun printed ia pamphlet form and are ready for distribution to all those interested hi school work. The people should fam- l:arize themselves with these rules and regulations and should assiof the County Board of Education in putting them into effect era-plo- AT TI-T- E LYRIC THEATRE THIS WEEK This Friday night, July I, will be a dy picture, Eva Novak in the . 55 r 2wiftm dan- $E5njEL 'TORRENT' . -- PHILCO W fkctoiy buildings' tell us Philco is a big value in exceeds the lifetime ex- a iDig; special attraction; also the 7th episode of the "Purnle Kiders." a hot West.. em serial. 10 and '20c. SATURDAY, JULY 2 Comes a big Special, .... CUSTOMERS that it pected of it. roofing are growing rapidly and steadily. See Philco Roofing People who have it on their old buildings buy it for their new ones; that is why our sale3 of this CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "Search of a Sinner." This is a First National attraction, and every one loves Constance Talmadge, wonderful little star in this picture. On account of the Chautauqua we will show Fri- dsiyand Saturday nights' pictures twice, both for vvJiite people, the first show to begin at 6:30. This will give ample time to see the show before going to the Chautauqua. The second show will begin at regular time, 8 o'clock. 15 and 20c. Come and see these great pictures. Rather than run a cheaper grade of pictures we ixave decided to buy only the best and show twice a veek, Friday and Saturday. Come. The coolest place in town. Special EARL B. THOMPSON IS A CANDIDATE FOR or write for a sample. Make comparisons with any roofing of equal weight 'and price and you will understand why we like to recommend it to those who look to us for advice about roofing. E. L. & A. T. BYRON. THE PROMOTIONS jt. g liyn&jiMtlvanii N - lee-oo- - ot . H at 1 ,;,,. 1 V 'r Mark Arrasmith, i$:ss'.tscvy5a,J'ears t11 employe lne KILLJYJUGiiIilNG Med at his home on East Tork Buick Motor Co., at Cleveland, Ohio, Henry Wiggiuton, of Peeled OaK Thnrsdnyjtmoming of stomach trou- was the guest of the family of his ble Mr? Arras jiith was a wcll- - uncle, John Reid, several days last neighborhood, was struck anil iii stnntly killed by a holt of lightning kn "vn nnd respected citizen. Hi week. while sitting in the house of George leaves a familv of several children F. A. McQuithy, who has been Conner, Friday about noon. Th' staying at the Soldiers' Home ai I same bolt of lightning also badl. NEW MACHINERY Dayton, Ohio, for some time, return J slu "ked Mr. Conner. Mi. Co:inc" I have, received and have now in ed home last week. He is making hi ' keeps house alone. About two weeks equipment hom(J now wiUl his operation an Henry ago Wigginton's house and all its for shoe repairing, mcludmg macmn- od n&t Creek contents were destroyed by fire. Mr. I g and all err for sewing or Wiggint :t was t hard working young Ben Jackson and wife, of Coving other kinds of work requiring sew- :un and lvavc.s a wife and three n. epent last week with Mr. Jack- intr or stitching. All work done sinntl children in destitute circum manner. son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg nromntlv nd in first-claI stances. Corners house was badly i Send your work in by parcel post Jackson. Ben is still express mes damaged, the weather lioarding being senger, his run being from Cincin and receive it by return mail. .ally slrippid from one side of nati to Louisville. CLAY ROYSE. lie jiouse and the wall split. Albert Clark, express messenger OFFICIAL NOTICE. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE between Lexington and Louisville, Under and by virtue of Sections spent the past week with his parents The last week of the Summer 3rd Volume Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clark. Albert has School, beginning Holiday, July 4th., 4342a-- l and 4342a-- 2 sis weeks ims been designated by the State Kentucky Statutes, every owner Iieen off his job for a' controller and manager of lands on account of illness. Ife left Sun-- ! Superintendent as Institute week. bordering nnd abutting on the pub- dav to resume his work. All persons holding certihcates to ' each and all those contemplating lic highways of Bath county, are Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Salyers left ' t aching this year will be required to hereby notified that it is their duty Thursday night for Hazard, Ky., on under the said law to cut, clear receipt The certilliof a teletrram statins: that ..tt?nd this Institute. away, remove and carry from along a,es of " those who fail to atteml their daughter Miss Lillie Mae Sal- -' side the public highways of Bath . .., !.. :n ( .i:: will be revoked. Only such excuses county all bushes, weeds, shrubs and s sickness (ceitilied to by a physi tss. Miss Salyers is employed nt Haz overhanging limbs of trees and all cinn) and death, can be legally ac ard as stenographer and typist. other such obstructions along saio cepted. Mrs. Annie Richards entertained highways, and to keep all hedge R. W. KINCAID, fences along said highways so trim four tables with cards Friday afte-- -- bupt. Bath County Schools. I on in complement t" !cr ga-s- is med and cut back that same at no " !fman nnd daughter Miss time will bedjme more than five feet William Dooley Goodpaster ' n Iu ha, of OecrgVown. At tlie high. William Dooley GooJpastcr died of the gdpies ices and cakes at his home near the Ore Mines MonYou are hereby further notified that the brush, bushes, weeds, over- were strvetl. llif te pribeiit were day, after a short illncbs of typhoid hanging limbs of trees and all other Mesdames J. J. Nesbitt, W. S. Gud-;-fever. Mr. Goodpaster was a well-- . .1. V,'. S'laikln-- d, obstructions along the said highE. V. 15 tV-Fo;oun substantial citizen and worthy irgalinc man, who had many friends. He Is Patterson, Misses ways of Bath county are to be removed therefrom between the first Byron, Grace Crooks, Mit ha Martin, survived by his wife and six children. day of July, 1921 and the 20th day Lucille Vice, Kllen GilNi, Isn' e'U He was 40 years old at the time of of August, 192L The law fixes the Corhett Angie Young Jackson, Louise h's death. The burial was at the Old poaalty for failing to perform and L uise ?Allister. Virginia graveyard Tuesday. nviction in a duties upoi . According to an opinion of At:.h' '.Qilithv, whr moved from ut' 'e.-- U .$20 nor lore irion, Ind, a year ago, has torney General Dawson absentees re t 0V 2NBS, Ji .ma, to he followed by cannot vote in the primary election 3iljSiniashortxtirae. "asjthey do in the regular elcctionu ie soa-in-lahalf-solmI ss X J -! con-Iusf?rd at-j- - Last year the plan of issuing Cer tificates of Promotion was instituted. At the end of the tenn uxaminations jy'erts given in allof the schoo fur the jmrgoso of dw'tfriciniiig" "'tlfoSc- i fhildrcn entitled lo promotion. hose children who were awnrtArd Certificates of Promotion last y:ir will be promoted at the beginnng- f the tenn this year. At the beginning of the school term this year cacti teacher will be furnished a list of. pupils to whom Certiliicates of Promotion were awarded. The teacher will be instructed to promote no pu pil who was not awarded one of these certificates. Those who failed t( pass the examination or who, unless for good reason did not take the final ' examination, at the close of the term last year, will be retained in tinune grade this year. On! through such a system as this can our rural schools be graded properly and iirought up to the .standard. The Summer School in session here has done much to improve the personnel of the teaching force of the county. Thirty-eigteacher. taken advantage of this course .ie Mid should, at its conclusion, bo better prepared to render the right sort if service in the school room. With i, the support and of our schools this year should he conducted in such a manner as to bring results. Remember that it is your duty to prepare that boy or that girl for manhood or woman UotMl; that tlie schools ntloril your ht WtfCffttTM STORI ' : BS8 KPW " lft vnhl aBF Ift. CLE R K OF THE Sold only ma w by dealers Bath Circuit Court Subject to llin Democratic party primary olcclion ugiist t, 1921. support and iuilucncc resonr pectfully solicited. -- The best fabric tire madeforheavyserviee or rough roads CREAM, CREAM! Bring your crean to mc for the highest imuket price, paid on testing and direct shipment. Thanking yon for past patron- - REDTOP Extra Pljr Heavy Tread I 30x31 Reduction on all styles arid am yours truly, . I E. B. HORSEMAN, Operator Beatrice Creamery Company. " $22.00 ' ""TVliT Y 111 J sies uS f IK r '. tion; that they are your schools and that your boys, and girls should have the privilege of getting an there I j lie had. it 4ifrffni LIST OF PREMIUMS lo be given away at the picnic Wright's Grove Saturday, July '2: Shrout, Piper & Shrout, rocker to prettiest baby, boy or girl, under years of age; C. W. Young, pound nest tea to ugliest woman; T. M. Perry & Co., bottle perfumery to boy under 15, winner of foot race; J. R Brother & Co., pocket knife to old' est man; K. L. & A. T. Byron, alum inuni percolator to oldest lady; Goodpaster & Co., gingham dress pattern to woman having largest family at the picnic; J. T. Kimbrough & Son, box paper and envelopes to the prettiest girl any age; R. C. By d ron, one pound box candy dash, over 16 years; Walter Young Coal Co., $1 to ugliest man; Cla Royse, $1 to woman the nearest barefooted; J. H, Steele, $1. worth of coffee to oldest lady; E. L. Barnes rocker to oldest lady; Andy .Tones, prettiest woman on ground, $1.;C. B. Cassidy, Complete set of books tor any boy in rural schools 4th or 5th grade, 1st winner in foot race, boy must be under 13 years of age; R. W. Kiueaid, .f2.50 book to winno" of 1200 yd. foot race, boy under lti yrs; Lacy, Coons & Co., $1. prettiest ba by 3 to 5 years of age; E. W. Morgan will give $1 worth of show tick ets to party buying most tiekets lo see Constance Tahnage in "Seartn of a Sinner" Saturday night at the 100-yar- DownGoes THE PRICE Best Island Creek Co.il for S9.00 a A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product Ton T. F. ALLEN ATTENTION The firm of Steele Crooks having dissolved I am continuing the business at the old stand with as good a line of groceries as can be found. All accounts positively due 1st of each month and no orders will be filled unless previous account has been paid. VULCANIZING Bring your old tires in and have them repaired for the summer. Do not throw them away. Let us make new ones out of them for you for half price of new tires. Ail work warranted. CROOKS & JAMES KILTIES EAItD. R. STEELE . Owingsville, Kentucky STAMPER. THE CELEBRATED Iriic. Patrick-Brow- n C. II. Patrick, of White Oak, South Carolina, and Miss Ivor Brown were married at the home of the bride's father, A. P. Brown t f Olymp.'ar Springs, Thursday June 23. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick will make their home in South Carolina. The famous Kittle i Hand which is coming to our Chautauqua, Is the greatest Scottish Band in the world. Organized In Belleville, Canada, la 1900, this Band has toured almost constantly, playing many notable en- leceipts for one day wore o er gagements and breaking records for $1,0 0.00. admissions. At the Crystal l'alace Itrsidei being in the front rank as London, the atteniauce was 170,000. a cmcert band, the KHt'es have spec- At Madison Square, New York, the lal Matures In their concerts. Their programs Include Scotch dances, wltfc bag pipes, and the old time Scotch songs. They appear in full kiUad regimentals and make a strttkng OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. GETS TURF MONARCH IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL MEANS BIG CROP Wheat in Western Canada Has Excellent Start. ermlnatlan. in h. ri,u cnii f That Country, Is Speedy Farmers on Road to Wealth. was on the ISth of May thnt tne . Jer received a letter from n friend Western Canada dated the 15th of was f same In month. Information author nveyed the letter that Its had traveled over a considerable portion of Western Canada, lie had covered most of the settled portions, nnd from those he had not covered he hnd secured Information that amplified Ills own observations of conditions country. " throughout all the vast area of that He found of wheat practically completed, and placed In a bed of earth that was In a condition that warranted sjcedy ami healthy germination. This was borne out by etldence that he was a witness of wheat that had been In the ground four days that was already breaking through, nnd that which had been seeded for a week was well nliovc the ground, the field Iwjlng as green as a new pasture plot. Everywhere this condition existed. It will be pleasing Information for thuse who have friends In Western Canada in any part of It, no matter where they may be to learu that conditions hoye opened up In such a splendid way, and to be advised that the prospects were never brighter than now. When It becomes known that conditions are fo satisfactory, many who were waiting, uncertain what to do In the matter oi moving, will doubtless now come to a decision. With the opening of thousands of homesteads, which took place on the 1st of May. there was n rush to take advantage of the opiorninlt? to secure 1G0 acres of excellent land free, within speaking distance of a railroad. The low railway rates granted by means of a certificate Issued by Canadian government agents, located at different points lu the States, make It possible to make a trip of Inspection at small cost. Oat and barley farming are branches that add considerable to the wealth of the fanner who desires to make money quickly. That these grains can be grown so successfully, and easily, makes It possible to go Into other branches of fanning Industry, that give stability to It, wherever they nre enrm-on. xney ore uairjmg ami cattle-raisinThere Is an excellent market for the product, and the clig. mate aids materially In assisting It, while the native grasses, as well as cultivated varieties, bring the cost of production to a much lower figure than Is possible on lands that arc much higher In price, with no better yielding qualities. Then, again, it Is amply shown that fodder corn can be grown with great success, nnd that sunflowers, which it has been fully proven are little behind. If any, in food quality, thrive wonderfully. In fact, these two fodders. In addition to which may be added that of alfalfa and sweet clover. In which g Western Canada farmers are well apace with growers elsewhere, have brought about a period of which promises to eclipse any effort In this line made anywhery9a.th) continent. In Manitoba alone, one firm Is building two ' bundrju this year. In Saskatchewan, manyrders have been placed ; In one smau district in Alberta, where fifty wert erected last year, another fifty be built this summer. That there will bo a thousand silos erected In the three provinces Oils year seems to be a conservative estimate. To the farmer In the States, who knows the advantage of the silos, who Is interested In the fodder to be grown to fill them, what does this mean? Advertisement. Quite In Order. W. B. Trltes, who has been living In southern Spain for the last year or two, said the other day: "Life Is very abundant and prolific over there, especially Insect life. There was a typographical error In one of tny stories recently, but this error would have escaped notice In Andalusia, though It excited a lot of disgust here at home. "The error was In the quotation of a hymn, my heroine being made to sing: am without one flea.' "A hymn worded like that would be quite In order In Spain." "'Just as I Km mine carefully every bottle of CASTOIIIA, that famous old remedy tor infants and children, and see that It Important to Mothers In TTse for Over SO Tears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Old Penalties Inadequate. "Why dob't you Crimson gulch men hang an automobile thief the same as you used to do with a horse thief?" "We've discussed It," said Cactus Joe; "but we came to the conclusion that hangtn' Is too good for him." Louisville. Sirs. John Gritnm. W5, widow of .1. II. Grimm, a guard at the HIGHLY Indiana Itcforniatory, who was killed recently by convicts who beat him to death when they mutinied and made nn effort to escape, was struck by an automobile driven by William Speed, HIS Second street, at Fourth and LibAn epitome of the most Imerty streets and suffered serious In- IN REPRIMANDING AD- portant events transpiring REAR juries At the City Hospital, where throughout the stato MIRAL SIMS FOR LONDON she was tiil.cn Immediately after the "JACKASS" SPEECH. accident, it was said that she had con cussion of the brain. Speed was ar jiiilsillo Inallii to sunn cost rested by OJlicer Marlow and the life if IJojd liwn. ill. only .son was slated at police headquarters on Offense of Olficer Is Made More Grave of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. litmus. .MEi West a charge of assault and battery. By Fact That It Has Deen Repeated, it street, who was taken from He Says "I Spilled the Beans; the Ohio Kiver at the foot of Sixth Was Loaded!" Covington. When Didn't Know the Covington work- Ito;ird street. Tullee and roost guards Exclaims, Following Action. of F.ducatlon by unanimous vole ed in a xalu effort to save the life of Prof. Benjamin Ittiriuan to the child. bo teacher of civics and history In the Westrrn Newspaper t'tih'ii News Covington High School next year, at ft Washington. Wil Kear Lexington. -- l'rof. C. A. Shtill, head salary of .$110 a month, a controversy liam S. Sims was reprimanded pub- of the botany ileiwrtmeiit at the in educational circles ended. At tho lid b Kilvvlu Denby. Secieiarj of t ho of Kentucky, resigned his po- hist meeting of the board the c sition at the university to become head tion of l'rof. lliirman was deferred to Niivj, bj his f.imous "Jackass" speecn of the division of plant physiology In penult an Investigation of rumors that in Loudon. In the rrpiiiinnid, which of the Admiral's the botany detriment of tho ITnivcr-si- tj ho had advocated certain doctrines of will hcir.nio :i . Secretin.v leul made it plain of Chicago. He will leave the uniIn the discharge of i radical nature that Ailmfr-i- l Sims ulleuse was all tno versity in August. his duties as teacher. President Jo iiinir rrfeiiins lienue he once before seph B. DunKIc, Ot the Hoard of Indu rranUort. Licenses for 101,02.". ration, announced that tho board had has been reprimanded publicl.v for a similar tniiiFgrcaMuii. "Yom- - remarks tiHttor vehicles, inducing tll.l.'!'.) pasnothnow under discussion nn the senger automobiles, rj,."ilH trucks mid madetoan investigation and found ing Justify the rumors concerning therefore n llugnuit and le- 1W motorcycles, hae been issued for Prof. Uumiati. llhoi-Midisregard of snecilic instruc ISGl by the Automobile Department tions," said Secretary He.iby. The do of the State Tax Commission, it was Frankfort. Certif ing to the law li.trtmi'ht is not unmindful of your recIn addition, Ct'iO dealer announced. ord iiiul achievements as no ollicer of ami 7.1.".II chauffeurs havo obtained in the aso of the commonwealth azainst John Mllburn, the Appellate the u.tvv," tho i oiiriimiiiil continues. licenses. Court decided that an order for a new 'Inn tln eonsnieiioils position Mill hob'.. Covington.- - 1'eyton H. Monroe, 21 trial by the Circuit Court Is not a linal coupled vvitb the fact that you previ retherefore ously offended in a similar manner, jears old. l.'flO Nancy street, Coving- order and affirmed bycan not bo tho Appellate merel.v serves to add to the gravity of ton, and I.ouis Meyrose, "7 .onrs old, versed or our present oltense. 1- 1- Trevor street, Covlnglon, were ar- Court. Mllburn was convicted on the know "The department deplores that It Is rested by Detectives Illggins and Ma- rhargo of receiving stolen goods in the ucccssarv to lebiike a tin:: ollicer ill son Parker on a warrant sworn to by ingly and sentenced to one year Merlin Itanks, l.VX; Garrard street, penitentiary. He was given a new public, hut ,vou have made such action Covington, who charged Iho men with trial. An uppead was taken by the unavoidable. The ilcnarttncnt express highuay robbery. He said they hit him commonwealth to determine whether es its stionu and uiniualilled disapor uot he should havo been given a proval of your conduct in having again en the head ami robbed him. new trial. The Appellate Court says delivered u highly improper speech In not a foreign country, and jou arc hereby which started In the. that as an order for a new trial is rarK rire house occupied by Lewis Johnson. In a final order it can not he affirmed or publicly reprimanded. a suburb of Claysvllle. destroyed ten reversed by the lower court. cottages before It was finally controllTroops Fight Bandits. Frankfort. Kcverslng the Daviess ed. It spread so rapidly that very litTexas. I'nofllchil details of Circuit Court In the case of S". Welkle a fight between .Mexican roucinl tle household effects were saved. against tho Board of Drainage Com- troops :i ii alleged bandits near llnls:,- About fifty persons were made homeApless. Practically no Insurance was car- missioners of Daviess county, the chito, south of Xuevo Uiredo, recently, ried on tho homes or household goods. pellate Court held that the Davle.vs give the number ot soldiers dead as InThere being no water connections the Circuit should have granted an eight and -- (HI wounded. Bandit cas 3ro department was unublo to rendar junction for Welkle against the Drainualties still aic unknown here, and age Commission for the payment of no uuch assistance. further trace of the band has been the assessment on bonds issued for found ly put suing Federal troops, rethe construction of Panther Creek ports said. Owonsboro. Fred Jennings, a farmMexican authorities it er of Panther, near here. Jies in a crit drainage district unless the bonds Xucvo Liredo discounted reports that Tho Appellate were sold at par. ical condition at the home of his uncle, a large number of armed men had proCharles Jennings, as a result of sev- Court holdst that as tho statulo crossed into Mexico from Texas, tic- sold at be claiing that only a small band of eral wounds which he charges were in vides that lie bonds must law to sell armed men had crossed, for the pur flicted by Jim ltelchcr, of tho same par it is a violation of the According to the state- them for less. The bonds were sold pose nf looting, and that the engagenelghlorhood. ment of .lonnings, the argument which for $rS.".,i:K) wheu the court says they ment repotted was mi 'accidental enled to the cutting arose between him should have been sold for $GlG,74G.Go. counter with government I mops. and Coleman Helrher, a son of Jim Frankfort. Owen Walker, of MadiIlelchor, three weeks ago, concerning Navy Soviet Nipped. a young woman, to whom the two were son county, indicted in February In Washington. - Secretary of the Navy selling the Madison Circuit Court for pa ing attention. recIntoxicating liquors and sentenced to F.dvvin Denby has taken action, on P.. Wil one year In the penitentiary, asks the ommendation of Admiral II. Louisville. Kred It. Peake, SO, sales son. ( oimnaiiiler in unci oi me judgmanager for H. Wcdokind Co., whole- Court of Appeals to reverse theshould lanlic F'cet, to nip in the hud any ment on the grounds that he sale grocers, asked Chief of Police not have been convicted of a felony. tendency toward Sovietlsm In tho Petty to place him under arrest as the navy. Captain Chirk D. Stearns, of In 1017 Walker golfer who drove the ball that struck sumo charge and was convicted of the the battleship Michigan, has been regiven a jail sentence. John Klmor BIckel, 14, caddy, at An act of 19'JO provides that the sec- lieved for having permitted his crew Cherokee Park, and caused his death to discuss with him disciplinary mat violation of tho prohibition the next day. A charge of Involuntary ond a felun'. As his first con ters, vested only in the ship's, .com Is manslaughter was slated against viction was before the enactment of maiidliig ollicer. Captain Stearns Peake, who was then released upon tho law making the second offenso a sued the older which brought about bis own recognizance. Peako said felony. that a felony his detachment with the approval of that he "wouldyeel better" If he were charge Walker contends been placed former Secretary .Toscpbus Daniels, should not have tried for his part In the accident. against him and submits this question it is understood. to the Court of Appeals for doclslnn. Lexington. Judge Charles Kerr ten Arctic Dash Planned. dered Ms resignation as Judge of the Vnticouvcr. 15. C. Another extied Frankfort-Uoldl- ng that It Is Fayette Circuit Court to Governor Ed against public policy to employ offi tlon to tho Arctic slope under dire win P. Morrow, at Frankfort. Acting cials of a, municipality for a less sum tlon of Vllhjaliner Stefansson, Ca Circuit Judge C. Stoll was appointed than is provided by statute the Ap- nadian explorer if the noitlilaiids, was to fill out tho unexpired term, acconV pellate Court decided that S. I Woodindicated when inconwirntioii of tho Ing to a telegram received here. Judge ward, town marshal of Xortpnville, Is Stcfanssnn Arctic Exploration and DeSO. Kerr's resignation is effective June entitled to $l,r4S, alleged to be duo velopment Company was announced t. Itidge Kerr's appointment to Iho Fed Win for arrears In salary. Woodward be under way. The company will havo eral bench in tho Panama Canal zone was elected town marshal of Xorton-vlll- o of SItKi.iHKt. and it was ex was approved by tho Senato and he by the council January, 1910, pected a suitable vessel for the trip expects to leave with his family about and served until January, 1916. At had been found and now was located July 15 for the canal zone. that time he resigned and brought suit in the north. A which he alleged to be due for forty-foo- t Cynthlana. plunge him In salaries. Tho members of the A Chicago Policemen Shot. u 200-fodown tho embankment of town council claimed that Woodward Chicago. Two policemen were shot Creek overturned an automobile accepted the place at $35 a month and wounded seriously when they at driven by James Miller Ingles, nnd while the statute provided that he tempted to question three negroes, one threw a party of live out, completely should receive SG0 a month. The of whom was killed a short time later wrecking the machine nnd pinning court holds that Woodward is entitled by other police officers. A second neMiss Bonnie Oder under the car body. to the salary provided by the statute gro, said to have particiimtcd in th6 was held In that position twenty-fiv- e She shooting, was captured. The Injured minutes until the car could bo Frankfort. Charged with desortln patrolmen, Thomas Dennis and John lifted from her. Injuries, chiefly cuts his wife and twin bablos, Hognti, were reported to bo in a critand bruls?s, were suffered by the oth- Charles Colyln, who Is under arrest ical condition. ers. Including Miss Susie Klmbrough, In Colorado, will be brought back to Thomas Itoblnson and Alex Humphrey. Catlettsburg to stand trial for the Wheat Rust Found. having Morrow offense, Governor Fargo, X D. Dr. P. F. Trowbridge, Lexington. Miss Myrna Boyco, Den made requisition on the governor of head of the Experimental Station, ver, Col., lias been elected to succeed Colorado for his extradition. The North Dakota Agricultural College, anMiss Dorothy Stlnison as dean of governor also made requisition on the nounced that wheat rust has been, diswomen and professor of history In governor of Missouri for Linvlllo covered In North Dakota In two InTransylvania College, and will take up Swln, wanted In Catlettsburg on the stances. wheat stems were her duties at the beginning of the next charge of store breaking, and on tho found on Jnfected the experimental farm nnd holds governor of Texas for the return of another specimen was sent In from the It was announced. session. She a degree ot Ph. D. from the University J. C Keller, wanted In Bowling Green Southeastern part of the state. of Iowa. Dean Stlmson leaves the lo- on the charge of passing a "cold" cal Institution at the end of the pres- check for ?900 on the Irish OH ComState Closes Bank. ent session to become dean and pro pany. Keller Is under arrest In Dal Lancaster, Pa. The Agricultural fessor of history at Goucher College, las, Texas. The governor also made Baltimore, Md. Prof. J. A. Gunton, of requisition on the governor of Ohio Trust Coninaiiv of this citv was closed the University of Illinois, 'was ap for the extradition of C C. Crosley, by the Stato Department of Banking. pointed head ot the department of detained In Cleveland on tho charge utter in tne nay i mines u. s.eu, chemistry, to succeed Prof. O. S. Gro-- of forging a check for 5"50 on the Treasurer of the hank, was arrested ner, who resigned several months ago, Citizens Savings Bank and Trust and held in default of $50,000 hall Prof. Gunton has been nn Instructor Company purporting to be signed by on charges of embezzlement and lar' ceny. I. at Illinois for three years. J. Ludwinski. Kentucky News Callings IMPROPER MUSEUM Thoroughbred SAYS SECRETARY Stallion to Be Preserved In Institution of Natural History in England. EVERYBODY SEES 11 SundaySchool 1 IPy EASILY KILLED TODAY COCKROACHES ie Che-Un- I'ni-versi- tj In order that n specimen of the type of horse from wnlch tho modern thoroughbred Is derived may lie represented in the national collection, the prince of Wales has sent n purebred Arabian stallion to the South Kensington Natural History museum, according to the London Daily Telegraph. Dvvnrkn, as the stallion was culled, was nearly thirty years old nnd had for many years been kept nt the duchy of Cornwall stud on Dartmoor. The horse had been In this country for 22 years. He was origlnnlly Imported from Arabia to India, where he won various races. Including the Hurricane stakes nt Hawal Plndl, when he did the mile In 1 minute 03 feconds. In England he distinguished himself in the hunting Held. At the stud lie wns successfully mated with Dartmoor ponies. The Arab horse. Introduced Into Arabia from Asia Minor, has been domesticated for close on 1,400 years. Compared with other breeds It has a rounder and longer body ; the limbs are shorter, but their great power Is muscles nnd Indicated by sinews. The Arab, although a small nnlmaL seldom exceeding 14 hnnds. Is hnrdy and Is capable of spending 48 houis In n burning sun without food or drink. Tho first Arabian stallion to be Imported to this country wiiit Markham Arahlnn, acquired by James 1 In 1010; it wns, however, to three horses Byerly Turk. Darley Arabian nnd from Codolphln Arabian Imported Arabia some fifty years later, that the evolution of the modern rncehorse Is due. All the "giants" of the turf, without exception, trace their ancestry to one of these three horses. From Byerly Turk Herod was descended; Hurley Arabian gave rise to Eclipse nnd Persimmon, nnd Godolphln Arabian to Matchem. The best Arabian stal lions are In the possession of the chiefs nnd other natives of rank nnd wealth. They are never sold, chang ing hnnds only as a result of a gift or legacy. excep-flonnlly Teacher or Knciisn KiDie in mo jaooux 1521. Western Newspaper Union.) IlKV. Lesson ' 1 CHANGE IN FATHER BY USINQ THE GENUINE U. K1TZWATEH. D. D.. I, Grateful Son Says His Father Looks 'My chronic Like Different Man Stearns' Electric Paste AUo ftURK DEATH to Wattrbtus. Abu. Rata carriers of aod MIca. Tbe pnu am th fttiraie aod MUST 1IC KILLED. Taer deitror both food and property. IX nctlons In 11 language tn rrtry box. Beady for nte two aliea S&e and ttSO LESSON FOR JULY 3 THE EARLY LIFE OF SAUL. Since Taking Tanlac. father ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Kicholasvtlle. Louisville. Abram Benlck, director Prof. T. B. Threlkeld, schoolteacher, was found to bo guilty of the McCombs Oil Company, who ot murder by a Mercer county Jury and was fined $10,000 In United States Dls sentenced to, a life term In the pen! trict Court when found guilty ot usln tenttary. rror. ThrelfcelU, it was the malls to defraud, paid the full charged, shot and killed Arthur C. amount of his fine. John McLaughlin Denman, a Nlcbolasvllle merchant. In fined a similar amount on the sanio his store hore October 7, lOUO. Motion charges, paid ?5,000 and was given a for a new trial will be heard by Judge day to nay tho balance, llenlck and Shackleford. McLaughlin were found guilty on thir teen counts of an Indictment charging Frankfort. Seeking revenge for a them with using the malls to defraud fight between his son and nn officer, and were given their choice of paying John Follls shot four policemen, two a fine of $10,000 each or of having prls probably fatally here. on sentences passed upon thorn. 22, Would Seek Agreement. London. Iird Curzon, Foreign announced In a speech in the House of Lords that if, as he expected, the League of Nations decided to postpone Its discussion of mandates In deference to wishes of the United States, and suggested entering Into communication with tho Washington tlovcrnment concerning them, the British Government willingly would agree. The Foreign Secretary's speech was made in tho course of a general discussion on mandates. Sec-rotar- Beware! Unless you see the same "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are cot getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-on- e years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural gia. Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages: Aspirin Is the trade vark of Bayer Manufacture of MonoacetlcstJdester of Sallcyllcacld. Lexington. Herman Plieifcr, aged a freshman at the University of Kentucky, was drowned while swimming lu the Kentucky lllvcr at Cliff Kcho, six miles from Versailles. Phel-fe- r was a freshman In the Collego of Arts and Science. Tho proposed ative marketing plan for handling the Kentucky Burley tobacco crop was explained by Judge Hobert W. Bingham, Louisville, at a Joint meeting of the Forum of the Chamber of Commerce and the Daviess County Farm Bureau. Owensboro. Opulence. Parse Well, I've Just had a con slderable increase In my Income. Lane Wonderful I Must be a great A help. "It Is. It has extended my credit ful so much that my wife can run Into Into The debt twice as much as she could.' ful, Life. arm-hole- Louisville. While Mrs. Knte Powell laid wreaths on the grave of her father, who died n month ago, two brothers fought over the disposition of his small possessions at her home, Blows 117 South Twentieth street. were struck. Knraged, Itobert Moore, 40, seized a revolver, leveled It at his brother, Clydo Moore, SS. and fired, The bullet struck him In the right side, indicting a flesh wound. Mrs. Powell returned home from the cemetery Just in time to see one brotfiei taken to the City Hospital, and tbi other to the county jail. - Form in Line, Boys! Harrodsbutg, Ky. Four men have filed claims witli the Kentucky Bankers' Association for a sliaro of the $.",000 icwtird in the capture of the three robbers of the Fanners' Bank at Salvisa. They are Flovd K. Gritton and Koscoo Beasley, who, lu an automobile, trailed the men and Informed n posse in what dliection they were going, J. L. Gritton, a merchant at Kirkwood, w ho red at tho machine as It passed, but without effect, and William J. Shryoik, of Anderson County. All Attachments. It seems almost Impossible to make any home attractive enough to resist the pull of the movies. A' pompous manner Is sure to stir up a mischievous desire to flout It Dainty Neallgee. dainty negligee that Is very youthIs made of pink chiffon pressed fine pleats for its entire length. neck Is round and very youthand the sleeves re simply wide d girdle There Is a of ribbon roses strung along at Intervals, with a garland hanging loose at one .side. which Parisians demanded for a few months during tu winter. Save for sports wear nnd tailored suits, where the cape, doe skin and heavier kids are preferred, the white glove, either mousquetalre, gauntlet or buttoned. nave quite aispiacca tne colored. The profiteer was selecting a car. "This engine." said the young man, "can develop 00 horsepower without a vibration." "And how much with pne7 I want the best money can buy." London with Tit-Bit- Flowers for Hats. Field flowers lead In the demand for flower hat decorations, milliners say. Blue nnd black and white and White Gloves the Thing. .White gloves have come Into their black are the combinations most fre twn once more, displacing the black quently chosen. What She Said. Mrs. Goodhart What would you say If I gave you a nice drink of lemonade? Neighbor's Child (aged six) Here's lookln' at yout Buffalo Express. has suffered from U. S. Government bari IU stomach trouble for over twenty years nnd has paid out thou- LESSON TEXT Acts 2I:; Deut 6:t-ands of dollars 'for medicines aqd cf. II Tim. 3:14. 16. well- GOLDKN TKXT Today If ye will near doctors," said G. W. Slayton, a known Cobb County farmer, living a his voice, harden not your hearts. Heb. J:7. S. out of Atlanta, Ga. MATEKIAI-ue- uu i. short distancenearly everything trying We tried t. 10; 6:3)-Josh. to cure him and he went off to the PRIMAUY TOPIC When Saul waa Hoy. Acts 11:3; Deut. 6:4-Springs, thinking maybe the water TOPIC When Tlmomy JUNIOIl might help him. but It just looked Uoy.- -ll Tim, IXTKIIMKUIATK AftU OMlun v. w like nothing would reach his trouble. --Jewlsh Hoy Life. Then he tried dieting and lived on TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC liquid food until he nlmost starved. -- Saul's Early Training and Education. but even that failed to do him any We nre now entering a six months" good nnd he just kept going from bad study of the life nnd teachings ot one to worse. I don't guess there ever was a ot the greatest men who ever lived. case as stubborn as his, nnd if there I. Saul's Birth (Acts 21::n). Ills parents belonged to the tribe ot ever wns a confirmed dyspeptic he was Heiijnmln and were "Hebrews or tne one ot them, nnd I guess he would Hebrews," that Is, Jews who hnve not have been one yet If It hadn't been become contaminated In their ancestry for this Tanlac. through inteniinrriagc with the Ocn-til"The first we heard of this medi (Phil. :t:5). cine wns when my father saw nn ad 1. Time of. It Is Impossible to deter vertisement In the papers from parties mine the exact year of his birth, but he knew In Tennessee, who were the probability Is that It was practi- friends of his and he knew what they The purified and refined cally the same as that of Jesus. He said about It was the truth, so he got calomel tablets that are was a "young man" when Stephen was It "right away and began taking It. nausealess, safe and sure. 3toned (Acts " :58). "Young man" may Well, sir. It acted Just like imigic mean any age from twenty to thirty. everybody notices the change In fa Medicinal virtues retainAbout 00 A. D. In the Houinn prison ther. Why, he Is Just like a different ed and. improved. Sold aged" (Phi- man and sits down to he calls himself "Paul tho the table and only in sealed packages. hardly ents like a fnrmhand. Only yesterday lemon 9). This distinction would Price 35c be appropriate for n man under sixty. he ate pork and turnips for his dinner -'. liace or (v. X). Tarsus, the cap-e and ate so much we were actually ital of the Province of Clllcia. afraid he was going to overdo the business men came here from thing, hut he laughed and said nothing PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM all parts of the world. It was a hurt him now- - and thnt he was hungry city which made citizenship I Restorw Color and and expected to cat and make up for Baatr to Gray asd F4J HmjA therein honorable. Besides, it was one lost time. great educutloual centers of the three 'Novy, when a medicine will do God's proviof the 1 toman empire. things like thnt I think people ought HINDERCORNS-RaonCera. atop ail pla. manna ceoBlort ts to the dence ordered that the apostle It, and I want to say lowce. .ul. valklsr ev. Uo. by mall er at Dnr to know tttu aukce CtteoJeat Waraa, where right nowabout r tcbeca. . X. Gentiles should be born In a clty I would not give one Cllta. Ulee that he would encounter men of every class bottle of Tanlac for all the other aud nation, making him broad In his medicines nnd health resorts In the sympathy and tolerant In Ids dealings country put together." with others. Beyond Comprehension. Tanlnc Is sold by leading druggists II. Saul's Home Training (Deut. (i: everywhere. Advertisement. Col. George Harvey said ct n dinner U); cf. II Tim. :t:14. 15). In New York appropos of high retail brought up In a pious home He wns The One Busy Man. prices : (Phil. 3:5). In the passages cited "How's business with you3" "A guest in n Florida hotel con a above Is given the responsibility of "Great," replied the young man. plained to the manager: children. "Your restaurant Is conducted in a Jew in the training of his taught (vv. "I'm rushed to death. I haven't had 1. Central truths to be so much to do since long before the very rotten wny. At lunch today I God. "The Lord war." found n hair In the Ice cream, a hnlr 4. 5). (1) Unity of our God is one Lord." This was a tes 'For Heaven's sake." replied the, tor the prompt relief of Asthma and In the honey, and n hair lu the apple timony against the polytheism existing other, expecting every man he met to Hay Fever. Ask your druggist for It. sauce.' 25 cents and one dollar. Writs for day. He Is among the "'Well, you see,' the manager cx God alone, Gentiles of thntworship an- wail about the dull times, "what line FREE SAMPLE. therefore to Northrop & Lyman Co.,lnc.,Buffalo,N.Y. of buslnos are you In?" plained, the hair In the Ice cream The word translated "I'm a bill collector." was (he an came from the shavlwg of the Ice. other Is sin. "God" Is plural In form, giving room swer. ' l m dunning people tor money i FORSALE The hair In the honey came from, I of the Trinity father. today that never were dunned before. suppose, the comb. But I can't for for the doctrine Kentucky (HI and Gas Leases Son and Holy Spirit. The great need the life of me understand about the of the world Is a recognition of the counties of Western In hair In the apple sauce, for I bought fundamental doctrine of the unity and If You Need a Medicine Kentucky. I took the leases direct those apples myself, and they were all trinity of the Godhead. There can be from the farmers and can sell cheap. Baldwins.' " You Should Have the Best no established order until God Is given Write F. L. James, Edmonton, Ky. can there His rightful place; neither Their Fate. be anv moral health. (2) Mans su The Bellhop. The young lady from New 7ork was preme obligation (v. 5). God should Hare tou ever itopned to reason why The negro bellhop had found the it U that io many products that are exInclined to. belittle things. be loved with all the heart, soul and for "Why," she remarked, "I could flna might, because He Is God alone and tensively advertised, all at once drop out colonel free and openhanded The my way up this mountain path alone." supreme. This being the first and great of sight and are soon forgotten? fulfill services rendered, but this day things reason is plain the article did not "Wal," responded the native, "a ommandment, we know whnt Is man a the promises of the manufacturer. This were slow. When the colonel entered was met by a broad the lobby young couple went up this path last supremo duty. appliei more .particularly to a medicine. chocolate-colore- d he smile and a greeting. year and never came back." are to be kept A medicinal preparation that has real "Good-even2. How these truths knnnel. Is dey anythln itself, as "Oh, my I Were they lost?" place for God's curative value almost sella the remedy like I kin do for you In de bellhoppln line alive (vv. The is "Nope," was the reply, "they went Word Is In the heart. In ordec that It an endless chain system by those who have been recommended down the other side I" Country tnny be In the heart (1) "teach It dill benefited, to those who are in need of it. dls even' J" The colonel handed htm a coin and Gentleman. A prominent druggist says Take tor this "Yes, you can shut up." centlv to thy children" (v. 7). The Swamp-Rooexample a Dr. Kilmer's most Important part of a child's educa "I understands perfectly, kunnel. sold for many Ancient Gold Mines. tlon is that given by parents In the preparation I have to recommend, years Dls heah quarter done close my mouf for in and never hesitate Tho oldest gold mines for which we Word of God. (2) Talk of them In the reevery case wld er spring." Judge. possess literary evidence are the auri- home (v. 7). How blessed Is that almost as many of it shows excellent my customers testify. sults, ferous of Hypcrborln (Tibet) In Herod- home where God's Word Is the topic of No other kidney remedy has so large a SAVE SHOES AND STOCKINGS otus; tho oldest by inference nro the conversation. (3) Talk of them when sale." They will last twits aa Ions if you Shake According to sworn statements and alluvious of India; the oldest by In- retiring for the night (v. 7). The last Into Tour Sboea ALLEN'S rOOTa&ASB. scriptions nnd modern survey nre the thing upon which the mind should rest verified testimony of thousands who have tha powder tor tba (eat. It takes th fricpreparation, the success of ui. tion from the shoa and (Ires quick relief to Blsharce alluvious of Egypt, nine- before going to sleep should bo God used the Swamp-Roo- t is due to the fact, Corns. Bunion. Callousea, sore, achlnr. rwol Kilmer's teenth century before Christ. and His truth. (5) Talk of them when so many people claim, that it fulfills al- en. tender feet. Shake AUen'a PootEas Into your rising In the morning (v. 7). How fit most every wish in overcoming kidney, without anshoea and enjoy tha b!le of fast ache. Various Habits. ting thnt God should speak to us the liver and bladder ailments: corrects uriSumo women go to sleep ns soon as first thing wheu we awake! (0) Bind nary troubles and neutralizes the uric HArVIP'S TIME SURE TO COME they touch the pillow, others wait till them upon thine hand (v. 8). This wa9 acid which causes rheumatism. You they have touched their husbands' literally done by the Jews, even to the Swamp-Roo- t may receive a sample bottle of Gap Johnson Has It Mapped Out, and Parcels Post. wearing of little boxes between their Dr. Kilmer &byCo., Binghamton. Address pockets. Boston Transcript. K. It Will Be a Sore Day for eyes. (7) Write them upon the posts and enclose ten cents; also mention this the Bluffer. on the gates (v. 0). paper. Large and medium size bottles Killed by Hailstones. Few of the houses nnd training for sale at all drug stores. Doubtless Timothy's home One of the unsolved mysteries Is "Hawp Slaughter has an Interesting why people nre so rnrely killed by wns similar to Saul's (H Tim. 3:14. 15) sort of fad." related Gap Johnson of Only one enso has been From a child Timothy was taught the NOT HARD TO MAKE CHOICE itunipus Itidge. "About once In 'so hailstones. recorded In Europe. Such fatalities Holy Scriptures (II Tim. 1:5). This often he gets a few drams of bone-drProbably Lester Could Have Deter- llcker and a high fever, and shows up have happened more often In India was done In the home by his mother. III. Saul's Education (Acts 22:3). mined Without the Appeal to than anywhere else. In tho Morada-baIn the middle of the big road out yur. His Physical Feelings. 1. In college at Jerusalem. A Jewish district. May 1. 18S8,. about 250 He tllngs his hat down in the dust and by a hailstorm. persons were killed child became a child of the law at the stomps on it. and yells that he's a man away. One had eater, and such as that, and can whip Two men passed age of thirteen. Most likely at this When He Quit age he went to Jerusalem to enter vpon been born, and In due course admitted haven't tried to sing," remarked his course of study. Here he sat nt to the bar, soon ran for office, was a certain "I living not more than the man on the car, "since the chil- the feet of Gamaliel, one of the most elected a continuous Hon. until at a mile from yur. When I go out to dren were helpless bah' as." Toledo eminent tenchers that ever blessed ls last he went to his reward, such as it inquire which special Blade. rnel. The course of study here was was. And the local paper gave htm an he means he says Zach obituary as long as your arm. restricted to the Holy Scriptures. of a mile up the Flatt, Woman Receives High Honors. The other man followed In the foot2. A trade at Tarsus. Perhaps after So there ain't much to do but A woman Is the recipient of the finishing his college course nt Jerusa steps of his brawny sire, and became rood. g excuse him. Then he goes first honorary degree of master ot Icm he returnedto Tarsus and learned a maker of harrows. 'He was indus- to off to Zach's place aud repeats nrts to be conferred by Boone uni- a trade. One'rabbl said, "He that teach- trious and honest, and for years the When Zach wants The cth not his son a trade doeth the same Hllllgoss harrows which he whacked the performance. versity at Wuchang, China. who he Is referring to he says woman thus honored is Miss Mary ns If he had taught him to steal." The out by hand were known nearly all to know it's me. After that he rambles around Elizabeth Wood, who for 20 years has trade he learned was tent making. This over the country as reliable utensils. noratlng that he's got us both bluffed. university enme In very good In his later life, en he, too, passed on. The been in charge of the "One of these days he's going to library. abling him to support himself while paper announced his demise in a few ketch me and Zach together, and And lines nnd spelled his name wrong. preaching the gospel. n ! mistake. out his Now, tell me, Lester, which of those Cathedral to Seat 27,000. Kansas City Star. men would you rather have been? Do The Boman Catholic cathedral now Our Trust In God. building in Washington will cost ?20.- not say the former, or I'll slap your Wheu we nre lost In the great maze The Teat. 000,000. Is designed to accommofor you and not let you go to the It of life and wander through the streets Jaws "How do you get along with Mr. show, either, Kansas City date 27,000 peop?o. feeling that the familiar picture Grcmpson?" of this world Star. path Is gone; when we sec no land "Well. I've been acquainted with CINCINNATI MARKETS. mark of duty, no Inspiring light of him for some time, but I don't know English Mercy for Criminals. superficial srouch attractive work, and know not where Hay and Grain. In England a sentence of lite Im- yet whether he is a we are; then. If our trust In God does prisonment Ih always reviewed at the or a confirmed misanthrope." Corn No. 2 white OS'irt'iS'Ac. No. "Uow do you propose to find out?" not fail us, we learn lessons we should end of 15 years, and if the prisoner's white GtiRSc. No. 2 yellow "I've Invited him to Join me In a No. 3 yellow ti2(ff02'e. No. 2 mixed Hot otherwise gain. We learn self- conduct has been uniformly good, he direction or humility; we learn to cast Is usually released. This is particular- game of golf with nothing In my lock, 1S?01C. on Him who cares for us ly the case were n prisoner has been er." Birmingham Sound Hay Timothy per ton $140 our care we learn to be grateful for every kind sentenced for murder, for murderers lO.riO, clover mixed ?l,'!017.7.i. ness that others can do us, und are said to be usually Wheat No. 2 red 1.40Jtl.i::. No. envy what they have. to respect nil forms of life ami call prisoners. 3 red SLIlSffHO, No. 4 red no man common. James Freeman It's surprising what a lot of nolsa Butter, Egg and Poultry. Clarke. Many a young man worships n girl masquerades as music un his knees If she's sitting there. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 30c, centralized extras 31c, llrsts ".0c Gideon Is Called. fancy dairy 22c. And there came nn angel of the F.ggs Kxtra firsts 2.1c, llrsts 21c, Lord, and sat under an oak which was ordinary llrsts 2I In Ophr.ih, that pennlneth unto Jons Live Poultry Broilers 1$ lb and the and his son Gideon over 4.'t4."ic, fowls 5 lbs and over 2tic, threshed wheat by the wine press, to fowls 4 lbs anil over 20c, under 4 lbs hide it from the Mldlnnites. And th 2oc, roosters 14c. angel of the Lord appeared unto him. nnd said unto lilm, the Lord Is wltb Live Stock. thee, thou mighty man of valor. Cattle Steers, good to choice ?7 S.2.), fair to good $Sfi, common Judges 0: 11, 12. to fair heifers, good to choice ?0.."i0'S, fair to good $,".r.oJtl.r0, com Application Swift. to fair $.'!.50fi'4,: ennners moil Wife Forgotten to bring the butter stock heifers .JlftTi.oO; stock steers golden granule tome again today. You'll forget to be 00.50. "barley food is wheat your own funeral. at Calves Good to choice ?fl.o0J 10, Husband I wish, my dear, I had for brain. for gooil ?7fi!.."0, common and fair to gotten to attend my own wedding. the large ?I4jO. London Answers. air-tigh-c lunch. fbr Sheei Good to choice $."04, fair to good $2(03, common 23c0$1.5o, Classic Obscurations. lambs, good to choice fair -"Some of the greatest works of lit to good $7.5011. philosophy lie buried In Hogs Heavy $S.25?TS0, choice erature and packers and butchers $S.7o, medium obscurity." "Don't I know It." agreed Senator $8.7."), common to cholco heavy fat Sorghum. "Look at any of last year'i sows Sr7.2,"i, light shippers $0. pi (110 lbs and less) $7&0. party platforms." The next time 4:3-2- you buy calomel 3:11-1- ask for ltepre-sentatlv- mm a Asthma Remedy ). t, y d black-hearte- d black-hearte- d thus-and-s- o three-quarte- frlca-seeln- Ki(i.tc, Age-Heral- d Abl-ezrlt- Ttou Always full food value for $l2, Grape Nuts of this attractive rich and malted in nutriment hod and Serve GrapeNuts direct from breakfast or packet Each money when yon eat Get your $llll.ro, Crisp Delicious-No Waste "Uteres aReasoiitor GmpeNuts mm OWINGSVILLE The Star Performers. Muggins I attended tlie opening performance of Scribbler's new piny last night. rtu spins Who did the host acting? Muggins Scribbler's friends In the audience. Nobility to Sell Old Armor. One of Knghind's best known families, of which the carl of Pembroke Is the bend, has decided to dispose of a magnificent rtdleciiAii of annor whirl) has been tn Its possession for 100 l Jj, 'SSI : 1 - . 9sHHsP swBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsm OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. Ly- - The r- W I" I MIL s ss 4 m aY5TERY ZJrTFir-i- tr Is years. ItHstus tor) man. (after a lit to I lie docDat dectah sure am a funny Explosive. UAGGE m.xk iaj.-i His Wife How come? Itastus Made me swnllah two cartridges filled with powdah, and then tell me I shouldn't smoke. As If Ah would. Cartoons Mogszlnc. IKK RjTiopplB -- In i THS STRANGE, author ,. or jl un rfv JLUJJLX. CAVENDISH 1 COSE tf ILLUo lent lUNo PARIH5H COPYRIGHT. BV RANDALL Jud Tunkins. Jud Tunkins says the most valuable sense of humor Is the kind that enables n person to sec Instantly what It Isn't safe to laugh at. "AH, SENORITA!" a New York Jewelry store I'lilllp Severn, frilled Slates consular neent. notices a rniall lox which attracts htm He purchases It. Lwilcr lie discovers In a secret eompartment a wrltlnc Klvlnc a crew to a revolutionary movement In this country ostensibly seeklnc; the overthrow of the t'hllean but e1dently International In character ami In any event threatening the welfare of the fnlt-e- d Mates. Tho writer mentions a rendezvous ami Severt. temporarily at leisure, determines to Investigate on his own account CHAPTER I i All Run Down nt Now Feels Fine Eafonfc Ended His Troubles "Eatonlc Is the only thine I have found (o stop my heartburn and I think it has beep n great help In nervous spells." writes G. C Johnson. An upet stomach may cause lots of suffering nil over the body. Eatonlc helps In such cases by removing the cause of the misery, because it takes up and carries out the excess acid end gases and keeps the digestive organs In natural working order. A tablet after meals is all you need. Big box costs only a trifle with druggist's guarantee. Continued. 2 The whole affair looketl hopeless. About nil I could do would My Picture on Every Package Q- with Us proper use Impossible for them to exist as It kills their eces as well and thereby stops future generation. A 36c package makes a. quart. Free a patent spout in every package, to set them In the places. Special Hospital stxe. CEO. makes 6 gallons. Your drurctst has It or can It for you. Mailed prepaid upon receipt of price ny the Owl Chemical Works, Terre Hsnte, Ind. hard-lo-ct-- that tually rid a house of Bed Bun, Itoachrs. Fleas and Ants (not an r. D. - & chemical will actnwet powder) P.D.Q. rap ct V IlllCV CILI VII I CDP"CED ANTWHEM rvlLLL.ll ATTRACTS AND KILLS UrllOl I ALL FLIES. KttL SoM Tffusnt. chssp. Luts til mcm. mm of metal, can i spin or tipevr: wiS not sou r Injurs ar.th'n Gavantscd .ncetiTO. BAKOU) BUKE8S. ISO Us Kilo Aa BrosUra. H. X. br br EXPRESS. tVrnmi. (US. or way they deemed best. I wrote such a letter carefully on hotel stationery, and went down to mail It In the lobby. Before disposing of It in the mailbox I encountered the manager. Burke, and stopped for a word. We were still talking when u bellboy came up hurriedly with n message. Burke turned. "What Is It, (feorge?" "That Gans street party Is on the wire, sir." "Oh, all right. Excuse me, Severn, but I've been trying to get connection for nn hour." "But wult n minute." my veins tingling. "Did he say Cans street? Where Is that? There Is no Midi name In the city directory. "Gans! Why, over in Jersey. Yes, I'm coming." I thrust the unlimited letter into my pocket, nnd sat down, staring at the crowd In the lobby, but entirely Indifferent to their presence. Here nt least was an opening, h chance Gans street wns In Jersey City. Then It was not all n dream. I would nt least look over the ground before I gave up In despair, for I had Mumbled UKn a way out of the blind alley Gans street, Jersey City. CHAPTER II. the torn note to the proper authorities In Washlncton, with n Hatemeut of how It came Into my tossessIon, ntitl let them dispose f the matter In any !t to soutl Recalled Fond Memories. The director, who has a reputation for being rather harsh and overbear-tu- g in his methods, was giving his leading man a tongue lashing that fairly turned the atmosphere blue. Through It all, however, the victim leaned graceful) against the wall and broiled happHy. "What the deuce arc you grinning abouti" barked the director. "Do you like to be cursed?" "Why. yes, I rather enjoy It." chuckled the actor. "It recalls the good old days, you know, when I .played "Uncle Tom and was bentcti to' death every night by Simon Lcgree." Film I un. A Man and a Woman. Paternalism. Tou seem very much afrnld of paternalism lu affairs of government 1" "I am," replied Farmer Corntossel. Tve tried paternal authority on Josh, md if It doesn't work any better in a government than It docs ou a farm. I'll bay It ain't snfc to fool with." It was late in the afternoon, the day dark, with a chilly wind blowing oft the river, when I reached Jersey City. The first itolicemnn encountered gave me all necessary directions, so that I alighted from a street car within n block of my destination. A saloon on the upper corner of the block me the necessary clew, and, using It as a marker, I succeeded in tracing back until satisfied I had thus safely located "87G." It was an abandoned factory, built of brick, two stories high, evidently extending over considerable ground at the rear, but with a frontage not to exceed forty feet. The lower windows were boarded up, a number of those In the second story broken, and the tnnlu entrance, large enough for the passage of u motor truck, was tightly securetl by an 'Immense iron bar. A smaller door to the right alone offered any possibility of entrance, although It was tightly Some people expect opportunity to closed. To .ill outward appearances the break in the house, go back to the place hud been unoccupied for months, kitchen and cook supper. nnd perhaps years. From the sidewalk It was Impossible to gain any glimpse PALMER'S within. Only one discovery served to convince me that 1 might be on the LOTION right track that I had not been entirely deceived. A small sign, so covA HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY FOR ered with dust and dirt as to be almost , ' A- f iuuia - BURNS. BITES. CUTS. Art LI rrCHLNC SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES ALL DRUeetSTS. CUUtUTItO TOW T SOLON PALMER KIW Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking TOO LATE hide arms fur shipment. Whatever doubt I may have felt regarding my venture vanished in the presence of that unusual name. This wns unquestionably the place named In tin: letter as a rendezvous; here was where the recipient of that letter was to go nnd receive Instructions; where ho was to use Hip mysterious nips, and the countersign "Ccruintes," in order to gain admittance. The knowledge that 1 was actually upon the threshold of such n discovery brought with it a determination not to lose the advantage. But what could I do? What further steps might be safely taken nlone? The night wns dark, a slight drizzle In the air, no one abroad except from necessity. No sign of life was visible for the full extent of the block, until the saloon on the further corner came Into view. lis gleaming hospitality invited me. nnd I strolled along the opposite walk, my coat collar turned up to shut out the drizzle, nnd finally crossed over to where I could peer In through the dingy windows. The man behind the bar wns unmistakably Polish, nnd of no high type, and at first I saw no other occupants of the place except two roughly dressed men at a tnble Just inside, who were plnying enrds silently. The room was clean enough, nnd quiet, yet I felt no Inclination to enter. Those were not fellows It would be safe to question, nnd I would hnve turned away, hut at that Instnnt I perceived the Indistinct figure of n young woman In the further corner, sitting beside a tabic alone. Her presence stimulated my curiosity. She nppenred to he young, not badly dressed, nnd her being in sucli a place unattended rendered her of some interest. It surely could do no harm if I dropped in for a sandwich nnd n glnss of beer. I crossed to the bar, furtively watchful, hut no one except the proprietor apparently paid the slightest attention to my entrance. The two men never glnnced up from their cards, and the girl for she was scarcely more merely turned her head nnd stared at me without Interest. I spoke to the barman In English. We exchanged a few words his own speech very broken while he prepared the sandwich, and the only thing unusual I noticed wns the passnge of a slight signal between him and the woman across the room. I could not be sure even as to that, hut galnetl the Impression that he shook his head negatively, as though to some mute question. Unless it might be the Intense brunette blackness of hair and nn extremely clear complexion, there wns nothing typically Spanish in her appearance. Indeed she Impressed me ns thoroughly Amerlcnn In features, dress and mnnner.Vsomewhere In the twenties I should juvlge, with brown eyes, and n face decidedly pleasant to look upon, although with a firmness to It, expressed by mouth nnd chin, not to be mistnken. I noted these things hurriedly, never venturing to stnre at her, though she apparently gave me no attention whatever. Somehow the girl seemed strangely out of place In that dingy saloon she did not In nny sense belong. She wns evidently not there seeking company, nor wns she drinking; nnd yet there must surely be some meaning to her presence. The proprietor approached me, leaning one hand on the table. "There is" nothing more?" he asked. "No, this will answer very well." He lingered, tempted to question mc. "You have not been in before? Perhaps you do not live near?" "I do not." I replied frankly. "I travel out of Boston, nnd sell lumber. I have been doing some business with the yard down below." "I see. You are not from New York. I make It?" "No; Boston has always been my home." . "Once I live there, too; when I first come north from Ilia. What you think nbout this war? Wo lick Germany hey?" "Oh, I don't know; she seems to be more than holding her own." "Ach, yes. But now this country go 1n ; what then?" I looked up quickly call for the girl? I did not B.te to linger long to gratify my curiosity. Tile side door opened slleiitl, and n man stepped briskly Inside, shaking the raindrops from bis coat as he greeted the Iuiriiian cheerily. "A dirty night, Jans," be said, glancing swiftly about, his eyes sweeping orer me sharply. "Business not very good. suppose?" "Peail. It's no good now nny more, with all the factories closing up because of the wnr. Just some salesman drops in for a beer. That ninkes me nothings." The newcomer laughed, evidently put quite at ease by this quick explanation. I was watching him. A rather thick-se- t musfellow with a turned-utache and a disfiguring scar on one cheek, which gave to bis eye a peculiar expression. Watching the fellow I must hnve missed some signal, for he whirled about suddenly nnd confronted the girl, who hud already risen t her feet and stood expectantly, one hand yet resting on the tnble. "Ah, seuorlta ! Yoh were wniting for me to come." he exclaimed. "Yet I hnve not kept you long." "Oh, no," she answered quietly In Spanish, her voice so low the wordn bnrley- carried to where I sat. "You were delayed?" "A car blockade at the wbnrf. No. thnnk you, Jnus, nothing tonight. You would go, senorltn?" "There can be nothing to remain longer here for, surely." I watched them disappear through the side door, marking his grnsp on her arm nnd her quick glance nsldc Info his fnce. There had been something wrong nbout this meeting, something undeniably nwkwanl and con- 1 - ODD NEGLIGEES WIN MUCH FAVOR HOW WOMEN AVOID SURGICAL OPERATIONS Some Are Extremely Necessary, Others May Not Be Every Woman Should Give Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound a Trial First Chieago.Ill. In "I bed with a female trouble and inflammation and had lour doctors bntnone of them did me anygood. They all said I wonld have to have an operation. A drugriit's wife told me to take Lydia E. Pink-ha" Vegetable Compound and I took 22 bottles, never missingadose and at the end m to v- - of that time I was perfectly well. I have never nad occasion to take it again as I have been so well. I have a lix room flat and do all my work. My two listers ar taking the Compound upon my recommendation and you may publish my letter. It Is the gospel truth and I will write to any one who wants apersonal letter." Mrs. E. on for knows what the next step, Its costumes. of the showcase in which some graceful, and perhaps daring, bit of French finery has held our attention, we are apt to come upon a dazzling creation from the Far East. It may call up pictures of old Egypt to tho mind or beckon us to fair Japan, or send us an echo from the shores of China, or from countries not so remote. It Is nearly an ndaptntlnn, and not n true copy of Its original, but more enticing because of this, although we are Importing many klmonas made to our order in Japan nnd Indulging in genuine mandarin coats resplendent with the patient work of the Chinese. The handsome boudoir costume shown here Is an ndaptntlnn of the Chinese mode, made of American fabI Cursed Inwardly at the Delay. rics, In America and for Americans. It strained. These two were not what employs black satin and a rich broe they pretended to be friends caded ribbon. Instead of vivid em meeting incidentally to walk home together. They were strangers, coming together there for the first time by appointment. Neither had previously known the other. I had even detected fear, doubt, In the expression' of the the quest Is one never quarter of the globe, nt will call attention to Just around the corner WHEN old-tim- broideries, gives It the required high color. The ribbon rtrovldes a border for the coat, the lower part of the sleeves, and a panel down the front, finished, as everything Chinese seems to be, with a tassel. It appears on the trousers in deep and graceful cuffs. There Is nothlnr diffcult or intricate about Ibis pretty compliment to the dress of the Chinese, nnd whoever aspires to doing a little mnsque-rntllnby way of variety, might make It nnd wear It within her own four walls. If ae Incks the Inclination for oddities of dress, ior has no time for Indulging in them, the two most practical styles In negligees nre the iuodl-fie- ti Japanese klmonn nnd the long boudoir or breakfast coat of taffeta silk or wash satin. The kimono negligee Is cut on the Japanese lines, but gathered In nt the waist line, back and front, with shlrrings. A ribbon sash that slips through slashes In the negligee confine It nnd finish It prettily with bow nnd snsh ends tied In front. g, doctors who said that I would never be any better until I had an operation. I was so bad I could hardly walk across the floor and could not do a thing. My sister-in-lainduced me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it certainly has helped me wonderfully. I keep bonse and do my work and have a small child. I have recommended Vegetable Compound to a number of my friends and you may publish my testimonial." Mrs. II. R. Sharon, Apple Tree Point Farm, Burlington, Vt. In hospitals are many women who are there for surgical operations, and there is nothing a woman dreads more than the thought of an operation, and the long weary months of recovery and restoration to strength if it is successful. It is very true that female troubles may through neglect reach a stags where an operation is the only resource, but most of the commoner ailments of women are not the surgical ones ; they are not caused by serious diipiace-men- u, tumors or growths, although the symptoms may appear the same. When disturbing ailments first appear take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve the present distress and prevent more serious troubles. In fact, many letters have been received from women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound after operations have been advised by attending physicians. adds her testimony to the long line of those fortunate women who have been restored to health by Lydia K. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound, after it had been decided an operation tras necessary: Burlington, Vt. " I suffered with female trouble, and had a number of II. Haydock. 6824 St. Lawrence Ave., Chicago, 111. A Vermont "woman . 3 Lydia E. Pinkham's Private upon "Ailments Peculiar to Women" will bo sent to you free upon request. "Write to The 'Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable information. Text-Boo- k i girl's face. Yet I dare not move, or attempt to follow them. I could only sit quietly, my eyes on the whitlow fronting the street. I watched Intently, but no shadows passed that way the two had not turned down Onus street. My mind worked rapidly as I snt there motionless, afraid to make the slightest move lest It arouse suspicion. Whutevcr the object of the meeting might be, Jans was more or less Involved. He had signaled toy the girl twice, and his words, however Innocent they mny have sounded, must have brought n warning to the man. Beyond doubt be had questioned mc with the distinct purpose of thus discovering why I hnd drifted Into tho place. I dismissed utterly his statement that the young woman wns his niece her very appearance gave that the lie. Something was wrong, perhaps not criminal, perhaps In no way associated with the affair which had brought me Into that neighborhood, nnd yet suspiciously wrong, anil I felt Inexorably driven to find out whnt it all meant. I finished my beer slowly, and then selected n cigar from the case and lit it deliberately. Jans leaned over the bar, speaking confidentially, and I had to remain, although I cursed lnwnrdly nt the delay. Yet I broke away nt last, assured that I had finally lulled every suspicion to rest and passed out through the front door. I SUMMER FASHIONS IN COLORED VEILS Workings ot Lie Detector. When your husband comes home rattier late nnd tells you he had an Important business engagement all you have to do Is to try It cn the spbygomanomcter. The sphygoman-omete- r Is an Invention by WIIKam II. Marston of Harvard, by which he asserts a He can be detected. Professor Marston snys that when a person tells n He. especially If he Is under oath, there Is an emotional reaction, affecting the breathing and th blood 'JNie breathing of pressure. married men Is seldom affected by a mechanical He. Syracuse Herald. HER LOVE DREAM SHATTERED Naughty George's Late Hours Responsible for the Ache In Heart of Young Wife. The mother of the young husband went to the bridal nest, and found her daughter-in-laIn tears. "My child." she gasped, "what Is the matter7 Has anything happened to George?" "No." sobbed the young wife; "but my heart Is He's taken to stopping out late at night 1" "What, already!" said his mother, sesin' In consternation. "It doesn't possible. How late does he stop out. dear' very late?" .r "Well," said the bride. v. he usually leaves his office. past five. The night befort i. didn't get home till half-palast night." she sobbed bitterly . night It was a quarter to seven ! shall I do?" :. i ... Cuticura for Pimply Faces. To remove pimples and blackheads smear them with Cuticura Ointment, ifash off In five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Once clear keep your skin clear by using them for dally toilet purposes. Don't fall to In dude Cuticura Talcum ROUGH, i Definition of Flatterer. Toung Miss Betty, like all youngWhy Alice Gollghtly No Longer Bores sters, had found a new word and It People With Long Recital of had to be put Into service ImmediHer Physical Ailments. BUT EFFECTIVE CURE ately. "You're Charlett, Ain't Your (TO BE CONTINUEIJ.) Into his face, with a swift desire to test his real GOLD MEDAL National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Three sizes, all druggists. Leek for She sane CeU MUI ea ererr bos and except bo Imlutioa Ths world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles ths sentiment. "This country! Why should it go In? There are Germans' enough over here to stop that." "Not Germans no. But Internationals, revolutionaries. They are more than you think. 'TIs time for them to strike n great blow." "You are Polish, are you not?" "Yah, from Warsaw. I come over six years." "Naturalized?" "I have first papers why you nsk?" suspldously. "I merely questioned from curiosity." My eyes wnndered once more to the girl across the room, and he noticed the glance. "You wonder what she do In here?" he asked. "I tell you. She was my niece, an' sit here to wait for a friend to walk home with her. It Is not a good neighborhood, this, for a woman nlone In the dark." "Her home Is some distance?" "Five six blocks. It Is n dark, had way." He moved back townrd the bar, apparently satisfied with his examination of me. as well as his explanation. I wondered grimly why he had taken the trouble to tell me all this, and ordered another glass of beer as nn excuse to linger there a while longer. Whut was the party like who wbb to fection of a wide circle of friends. This delightful mnn and poet took life very easily, though he could hardly be called lazy, since he made remarkably strenuous efforts when some subject rojsed him to master It nt one time It might be the Greek language, nt another a Hindu conjuring trick. But always he was absolutely and consistently Indifferent about dress. Consequently It was only upon rare occasions that he made himself tidy and even his tidiness was not always exactly oirrect. Once at a bis dinner To Remove Grit From Eye. Small foreign bodies which are not imbedded In the eyeball may often bo removed by going into a dark room, looking up towurd the ltghtiug fixture, then turning the light on quickly, writes a correspondent. If tlie light Is strong enough, It will cause a violent reaction which will cause the particle to be washed to the corner of the eye. It Is then easily removed by means of a clean handkerchief. Proverb Analyzed. A proverb hopes nothing, I Could Peer in Through Window. the Dingy Shave, Bathe and Shampoo with one Soap. CotScara Cuticura f anrtU unreadable, was nailed over the smaller door: In the growing dusk I was obliged to study 'it Intently to decipher the words, but finally made them out letter by letter: "OFFICE ALVA MALLEABLE IBON COMPANY." ing that the eyes do not see, the ears do not hear. It Is the doubting Thomas of life, of literature. "A man of the world Is," as Mr. Balfour once neatly epitomized him, "one who does not believe anything good of the world." Well, so Is n proverb. V. H. Frledlaender, in Country Life. fears noth- the complexion.' It remains for the blonde or brunette and of whatever type,' to the experiment with the new colors and find out Just how much they will do to clear up or brighten or set oft her skin and Just how well they will harmonize with eyes and hair. It Is the short face veil that has made this excursion Into the realm of color, thereby Increasing its ability to be flattering. They are woven with black or white or colored mesh, nnd many of them have dots In a Among the colcontrasting color. ored mesh veils there nre the henna shades, brown, light and deeper blues, orchid, green, tan, beige, gray, navy and black. Against these colored meshes, and white ones, small colored dots are placed, scattered more or leas thickly or arranged In border designs. In Improving brune-blondall-ov- the entry of veils In many and color combinations among the new veiling displays, the natter of selecting the most becoming pattern and color grows more complicated. But these additional colors are very promising, for they do wonders WITH Pollle Dear and MollIeLove met out shopping one morning and Immediately forgot all about shopping, time, hungry husbands at home, etc., In a "few minutes' chat. Just then Alice Gollghtly passed by. Each smiled sweetly at the other, and murmured : "Good morning." As soon ns Alice had, passed on. Pollle turned to Mollle and said: "I notice Alice doesn't go round boring other people with her aliments as she used to." "No," smiled Mollle; "she met a man who cured her completely." "Qoohl" purred Pollle. "Who was he? Was he a doctor?" "Oh, no!" answered Mollle. "She was telling this man some of her symptoms, when he remarked, "It's strange how many of these things afflict people as they begin to grow old. Since then she has held her tongue One of the patterns Is shown In the about them." veil nt the top of the group pictured. If Knighthood Were In Flower. It Is said that the henna, tangerine The Maiden In God's name, hasten, nnd certain clear, strong blues, do wonders In enhancing the whiteness of Sir Knight I Save me! Sir Lnuncelot Not so fast, my good the skin. In the floating veils, with or girl. The reporters have not yet arborder embroidery, like those shown rived; besides, there are the serial above, the popular preference Is for rights and the motion picture royalties quiet colors. Black, beige, gray, navy to be considered. From Life. and brown account for most of them, Misfortunes never come singly to with black and beige the best liked; but for late summer navy blue Is apt married men. to be the favorite. There is never a summer when black and white or navy nnd white fall to have a following In the world of millinery; they nre cool, brilliant combinations that follow colorful spring hendwenr as surely as night follows day, a- vy veils with white or tan o colored hats one may c issurance for midsummer w all-ov-- "Daddy," she said. "What does the word flatterer mean?" "Flatterer? Tou want to know what flatterer means?" "Yes." "Well, Betty, lets see If I told yonr brother he was good looking, what would that be?" "Foolln him." Betty flashed back. Automatic Reformation. "Do you have any trouble enforcing the prohibition law lnfrimson gulch?" "No." replied Cactus Joe, "most of the boys here was pretty fastidious about their llcker In the old days. After one of 'em has saturated up a little with bootleg bitters he's that sorrowing and remorseful that there ain't nny excuse for giving blm even a harsh word." A New Missouri Version. y One swallow may not bring the spring, nor does the bluebird always bring happiness, but the stork sure brings a tax exemption of $200. 1 Why, ot Course Notl Master (to butler) But why do yon want to get married. Jones? Jones Well, sir. I don't want my name to die out. Punch (London). And many a man's bravery is due to his knowledge of the fact that ths other fellow Is a coward. You Will Like Instant Postum And It Mil like TC&u like me" will find Instant ccrrtKMT rr vntiw Ntvuru unick Bom k formftyrwrttrinc. Uere was a strange coincident. If nothing more, for GustaVe Alva had RAJ FS IUH1KFR - been one of the names signed on the WTTMiW ITtTiimWIall to acnr thm eielulTC lllnc Mcner for tb hotel register. Beyond doubt this old. UsV mol nedetd aoto aocauorr tn uHb tenitorr. abandoned Iron foundry wns his prop llos&llr aTniML MnttlinuiealnlUftiorder. Xlcmo HJg. Co W Bride Bk, Newark, K.J. erty, and what better spot could be selected In which to meet and concoct KREMOLA a scheme of crime What a place to JVS- tvlbll? offrtinr IS MONET AND INDEPENDENCE VOCE Would tou Inrnt is in Syndlcsto chu to make thousands. Tartlo-ular- s FREE. 11. C JlJef-- f n,Lwilewa. Xtom imsjs Coming Down. The hem line is descending this Is Double Payment. "You've lieeu eating a lot of candy, the word from Paris. And every dress which can find nn excuse for doing so haven't you?" wears a train, you'll find. Sometimes "Yes, doctor." they are simply long tassels which "And now you're paying for It." "Well, doctor, remember I paid for It drag their luxurious weight from the please don't make ends of n snsh. when I bought It, the second payment too high." Boston Wooden Beads. Transcript. colored Strings of fnsclnatlngly It Is useless to acquire knowledge beads, pagoda shape and made of unless you have a little common sense wood arc being worn with the popuwith which to season It. lar coat suits. Your Colors. Have you ever tried dressing In your own colors? If you have hair wear n natural pongee dress, trimmed with the blue of your eyes and let there be a touch of pint in your hat, a shade deeper than that of your cheeks. , gold-blon- d coffee, but People who say, "Hike it doesn't A i H Postum much more consid- erate of their health. This pure cereal drink rich coffee-lik- e 'i ' Cire Laces Now. Cire laces arc in evidence. They are often combined with shiny, lustrous satin. Sometimes the laca li set right Into the material. flavor. lity with combines wholesome Qua- Poets Always Victims. The nbsentmlndedness of poets and artists and their carelessness about personal appearance has often given matter for mirth. The stories about Morris and his friends in Oxford gnln In plcturesqueness from Morris' efforts to keep the others straight while erring widely himself. Less well known Is the tale of the Russian fabulist Krrlov Grandfather Krvlov, as he title expressing the af was called. CAIIIIAQK PLANTb l.B5.0. June t Jul) dsUvvrj- Br mall, prepaid. Ballhrad. othei rarletlpa. Its. tic. 101. Il.tS; 1.0C0 11.40. 3 0t. Ill Cauliflower and Tomato. SOc. Everr plant a sood one. tv J MYERS. R S. MA6SILLON. OHIO. For ; Cheap If Psrebaaed at Once Twi (room rlek bslldlnsa. plaster attic ston foundation Price J.00 cash. Located Weal end. near car line. Cincinnati. O. Stamp toi Teply Jos. slayer. Sta. B, Milwaukee, Wis EAKN S DAILY with few hours' work tr your own locality. No experience necessary JOHN O Writs tor terms and particulars. John St. C1.NC1NNATL Q lGTPJXERS, party he arrived In a new evening suit fresh from the tailor's, with the buttons still wrapped up In tissue paper. But it didn't matter, his friends were too fond of him to let him suppose they had noticed the superfluous; trimming, and one very dear friend found a suitable moment to remove 1C Christian Science Monitor. Should Have Been Enough. Bunny Have you had anything t Toucan Only, a mouthful. are more easily kept at home than BREEDING WILD DUCKS any other species of game, nearly and preserving of true grouse, partridge and pheasants, Is an old and well established Industry In England and on the Instead of Coin. continent of Europe. Breeding wild Queer things are often used for ducks for sport and profit Is quite modern. A few years ago It was be- coins. Chocolate and coconuts are lieved that wild ducks would fly' away, used In the Interior of South America ays the American Forestry associaand whale's teeth by the FIjlans. tion. But since we have learned that Other substitutes are salt, red featfi-r-s. Iron spikes and calces for tea. when properly looked after these birds Breeding fame birds, every country place and game preserve In England has an abundance, and already there are thousands of wild duck breeders In America. Instant Postum is made instantly in the cup i :- "There's a. Reason lor Postum At all grocers Made by : Instant A - i :' tt eat today? Postum Cereal Company, came treeK,nicnigan. Inc. Tit "ji"ifir POSTUM KVttAOC e I; H b --r- i isfrinft.fun OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE. Published Weekly, 1 THE BAND THAT TOURED THE WORLD. VOTE FOR - - -- KY. rliHi) . iJU. , ........ -- A rt nf Ky., f . W. D. BAILEY ' FOR Vratch the Following For Unusual Bargains. Price rress, at the Uwingsvillr, rost ;V ' Tee as second-clas- s HB OUTLOOK'S s nrc'as follows: 'Year Matter. Mibseriplmn $1.50 MEN'S NETTLETON SHOES, ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00. MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN $65.00 Suit $40.00, $55.00 Suit $35.00" $10.00 ' - 7.")p 'Months 4.V Months ?e E. D. THOMPSON. - - - Kentucky ,wingsvllle, THURSDAY. JUNE 30. 1021. County Judge The Kilties Dand, Riving two con ertu Ht our Chautauqua, has made (he most remarkable world tour ever accomplished by any musical organization. SlartinK at llellevllle. Cann -- Suit $25. All Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits ' DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge S. O CROOKS. EWIXG they traveled two and honored the Kilties Thoy havi years and three months, vIMtlnc, played at the Crystal Palace, l,ondon SG.000 at the Worlds Fair at St louls. the twenty countries and covering miles Panama Exposition. Madison Square The Royalty of the world has heard N Y and Coliseum, ChlcaRO. da. May 21. 1908 OF BATH COUNTY Subject to the action of i Price, Ladies' and Children's Slippers under competitors Shirtings, Sheetings. Cottons, Percales, Ginghams, lower than we have seen them for years. We are making prices on all merchandise in our house. Come and enjoy them. GOODPASTER & CO. COXXKR with STEPSTONE I, spent from Friday till Tuesday V t had a heavy storm he.-I'ri- - bis parents here. JOHN CLARK Lilay, June 21, the waters were higher Mrs. Rob MeCarty and Mrs. Iro.i JOSEPH WILLIAMS than they h.i i l" -- u Jo nmii Roysc were in Morehead last week W. D. BAILEY Little Berkeley and Robert Tliom-flSFor Sheriff The body of Win. Pierre who die: m, of Ml. Sterling, visited Iheir at Lc.vinglon was brought here mi S. M. ESTILL. Depiitios: Aaron Fanning nml Mnsn rirandmnlber Mrs. Callie Hngnn the taken to his home in Fleming county past week. where it was interred the following IT. Bolts. Miss Frankie Goodpaster, of Ow RORERT E. DUFF. lie leaves lo mourn his los Deputies: Davkl R. Myrcs, ami Isa r ir.Trville, vi.sited Miss Clay Blevins widow and four children who have last week. .the empathy id' a ho- -t of relatives Crate. Lee MeCarty and Miss Essie SexFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY and friends. ton, of Mt. Sterling, were here SunMrs. Everett Razor and Ewell D. W. DOfiCIETT r L,"Wright attended the burial of thel day. CLAREXCE B. CASSIDY Mrs. Callie Ragnn took in $11 at uncle. Urn. Pierce at rairvicw ins For COUNTY CLERK the pic supper Friday night. Thursday. COLE BARXES Mrs A W Donohew was very sick Blackberries are plentiful and coin Deputies: Charles Bristol ami Clin iug on the market fast. last week. Hcnilrix. i W. E. Jones and family, of Mt. Rev. Tinslcy is conducting a meetFor Tax Commissioner Sterling, visited Charlio Price and ing at the Christian Church. THOMAS L. .lOXES Mrs. .lames Sncdegar, of Moorcs Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Bet lie', family Sunday. Ferry visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. PEBBLE sncdegar last Sunday. JOB ARNOLD We had some nice. local shev Depnties: Roy May, of Sharps-burg- , and Stanley Clark of Salt Lick. last week. A game of ball Monday between Norval Mnddox returned home For Clerk of Circuit Court. Sharpsburg and Flemings'mrg oi last Thursday after a EARLE R. THOMPSON the hitter's grounds resulted in a stay 'with relatives at Marion, Ind. WATSON S. THOMAS. irtory for FIcmingHhiirg by a score 1 Mrs. Frank Emmons, of Riverside, For Jailer of 3 to 4. Basrom Pcrgrem nnd Ear: is very low with infirmities of age. SAM T. JOXKS. Thompson, of the Owingsville tram Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Maddox visitCABK SXEDI.G.Ih. played with the Sharpsburg team. ed their daughter Mrs, Pearl Snell-in- g Crockett, 'pitching for the Sharps' ., ' in Fleming county Sunday. burg team's-trneout' 17 incit.t Aubrey Stephens, wife Davjs visited (hp former's fattier and CALLED "OFF. grandmother at SJierburne Sunday. ROBERT J. WILLIAMS Pebble and Oakley ball (earns The recital advertised to take NATHAN SORRELL, Jr. i ,plned Sunday, sqore 6 to 5 in favor place at the school auditorium For Representative Tuesday evening was called off of Oakley. VAX Y. GREEN. to those A. C HemlrJc, of Owingsville, was for reasons satisfactory THOS. J. KNIGnT. interested. The band boys, howhere one. day Jast week. ClAREXCE POWER. ever, propose to give this recital Taylor .Woodard, of near For Circuit Judge. . at an early date. visited his mother Mrs. HENRY R. PREWITT. Chris Woodard Saturday night and For Commonwealth's Attorney. 2, 3 and 5 per rent, discount on all Sunday. , line. E. L. & A. T. I5YROX W. C. HAMILTON. c four-month- 's MRS. ZARILDA JONES. Mrs. XariMa Jones, aged 77 years, died at the home of her son Charles Jones at Grange City Wednesday. June 2(1. She was the widow of Abe '1921 Ji lies and spent nearlx all her life ill Rath county. She is survived b her sons William, George and Chas. Your voles and influence, both gentleman and ladies, are respectand daughters Mrs. Thos. Sncdegar fully solicited by me for this nominatien. and Mrs Ben .May. She wits Hie I stand for law and I flo not bfilontr to anv individual or clinue. stcimi.-thef John Henry Jones, r order, trdthfulness in all matters, sobriety, and for the great com-th- is town The burial was at the mon people of Bath county; I stand for an honest.clean election with-A- ti the Democratic party 6th, Primary election August TTrTJE SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL SALT LICK, - - KENTUCKY ,!Jji Flem-jngsbiir- MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. CRAYCRAFT CHARLES MYERS nCPUBLlCAN ANNOUNCEMENT! OLL.TE For Jailer .ROBERT S. ANDERSON. CHARLIE HORNBACK A PIPE MAJOR. Bag pipes, Scotch songs and dance; are special features of the famoui Kilties' concerts at our Chautauqua. OLYMPIA Mrs. Susie Praitt and Miss Maude Pergrea visited (heir aunt Mrs. Sta-- . ten at Stepstone last week. Mr. arid Mrs. J. P. Keith, of Mt. Sterling, visited Mrs. Nettie L. Clark last week. W. W. Pierce and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams were in Mt Sterling Mr. Saturday Mrs. J. L. Gray and Mrs. W. R "flkson were shopping in Mt. Ster ling Wednesoiy. Chas. O. Swartr, who went to Colo., for his health, writes hat he is improving. B F. Penix and family, of Far-nr- s, were the Sunday' guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Po , tax. Mrs. E. A. Swartz was shopping in ML Storing Friday. S.-Penix and wife, of Slelbi-anweic the guests last week of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. d, a, Pen. Mrs Kate Costigan has been qu'ie ill, but is better. Mrs. Clyde Peed and children, of Owingsville, visited her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Sid Warren last week. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Jones and children, of Mt Sterling, spent Sunday with Mrs. Jones mother Mrs. Kate Costigan. J. M. Steele, of Stepstone, was the guest of old friends here for the week end. Mrs. W. W. Pierce went Sunday to Georgetown ,111, to visit her sister, Mrs. George Warner. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gray went to Louisville jSnnday to visit Mrs. GrtjJbbrotber who is ill with tube eulqsls at a sanitarium there. : f the American Bath Post N Legion have rente! a id furnished a club room over R. C. Byron's grocery which will be opened July 1st, 1921. The public is cordially invited to en joy the privileges of this club room, it being an ideal rest room and cen- . fn-ntrally located so that anyone may 11 drop in and read the papers and lnngazincs which you will (ind free of charge. Wc want to thank (he public for their hearty cooperation and assistfurnishing 1 tin. t?f ' ance in renting andthem to feci this at rcora nnd we want Bom, to John Green and wife a home to drop in and see us at any sop Edgar Evcrctte,, .Mother and and time, BUT NOTICE, the chiljl doing fine. has returned iConstitution of the American Legion Mi$s .Sarepta Gintcr must not nnd shall not be violated: fr:n. St Joseph's hospital much Any person who is a member of ' J the American Legion or who is not a Arkansas; Mrs. Raymond Sncdegar, Mrs. Millard Staton visited her Loiite : yiiViKtcuriuld 'Miir llAvf Ulnr parents at Forgo IfcU ,Saturday, andj '.member, wlw shall participate :n an Mrs. Etna iAndersonSJfjs? ' r n.uHnBl'pune whatsoever Ueitz, rmitnStme AjMr-so- u ... Sunday., or wlm1 shall partake- :bf an and 'Messrs. J? L. AtchioiMid .Everest? Warren. and familjr have sniiv-clurvm I Ki'.'mj inoiniav f vhi):-!- r O. V. Coons. (o (heir home at Terrace yxnA of .intoxicating 'liquor in returned room or shall bring into said Park, Ohio after a visit of several club room any intoxicants or shal days to relatives in Kentucky. Miss Beulah and Robert Craycraft enter into this room for any immoral visited their grandparents Buck Gin- puriosc, shall be excluded from said tcr and wife the past week, return- room and all rights nnd privilege? shnll be denied them and the offender ing home Sunday. whoever he may hi shall be prose cuted to the full extent of the law. MOORE'S FERRY James Staton is going to put up a "Let us have faith that right makes new store building here. might, and in that faith let us to (he Bro Thomas Crouch preached at end daro to do our duty as we unHedrick's school house Sunday at derstand it." 11 o'clock and at Jones' Chapel at American Legion Bath Post No. 42, night. He preaches here every fourth J. S. PIPER, Commander. Sunday in each month. We had mine nice rains here last PRINCESS TE ATA. ,weckj und Mae Maze" Mrs. Mrs. John Purvis visited Ed" Staton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Powell visited (Convenient to Cincinnati) M is Vie Rice on Licking River last wick. w. icking River is very' lw H .ckberries are getting ripe and nrc Slakes: 'ng at 25c a qallon. The unusually high class C3rnis looking well here. of the horses on the ground, iHicssRti mmu Albert Spcnce was at Marshal last Saturday Jun 4th the excellence of the program Sunday. ttirsHU smtJ book and improved accom1 i 1 th-t,by-lad. 1 mr-gamming pur-ptfse- s PRESTON Several hard rains last week. A hard thunder storm Thursday during whloli much damage was done Ligh(ning struck nenry Wiggcnton and he was killed instantly. He leaves a wifo and two small children to mourn his loss besides a host of friends and relatives. Burial at the Union Church burying ground Sunday morning. Shelby Gintcr lost a fine mule last week. It was struck by lightning. The little daughter of Wm. Carpenter and wife is quite ill nt this ATTENTION out the use of either money or whisky or any means of rascality; I stand for better roads for the amount of money that has been spent for road purposes in Bath county during the pres-Lee Davis ent administration of four years, and I stand for lowering the Lee Davis, about JH years of age. counfcy tax rate t0 figures in keeping with the times, and I undertook to swim across Licking stand for an efficient and economical administration of the road river near Pebble Sunday afternoon fund, and stand for more of the tax money collected for road for a boat ami althotHi an excelleu purposes to be spent for work on our turnpikes and dirt roads money spent for some kinds swimmer, drowued i,," the at..,:,,,, a"d bridges; and less of the taxpayers' of worthies machinery and other unnecessary expenses: I stand It is supposed that he,g xcry wan,. for tho day iaborInK man to reCeive fair and just wages for his he went in the water he was bor in proportion to the cost of living, keeping within the times; I seized with cramping which render- - stand for all officers doing their sworn duty, as offices, and I ed him pi werless. He was a son of I am against raising the salary of any county official above the elected, unless he is willing to give ex Sam Davis nnd a grandson of Jerry salarv under which he was tra service and does give extra service for the benefit of Bath Hunt. countv and its taxnavers over and above that which he was elect- ed to do or to give to Bath county and its taxpayers; I am against DOWANWIN. SIOUX CONstanding in 50 in 50 at the expense of the taxpayers of the counTRALTO. ty, if this has been done by any official; I say if I am nominated and elected as your County Judpe that I will not hold back in the treasury a portion of the taxpayers' money for the purpose of saying that when I went out of office I left so much money in the jtreasury when such amount of money should have beqn spent for work .do.ne on. our turnpikes and "dirt roads antl our brfdVsudr or 'any other necessities' for Bath ci)uji$y for whichjthe tax money is collected, for knowing this to be rfgfct.ahd buUayjni hatiHJ will meet with the approval of the voters and taxpayers of Batn'cdunty for the taxpayers have paid that money for that purpose, and if that money is left lying m the treasury the taxpayers are not receiving value for the tax money which they are paying for" that purpose. I say that this tax money should be used for the purpose for which'itis collected and not left lying in the treasury and taxpayers not receiving any reward for that portion of the tax money "hold back. I am in fav r of the Midland Trail coming through Bath county, and favor Federal and State aid, and if nonvna-teand elected I will use all honorable means in my power to get Federal and State aid at all timjs t) assist in making bettar roads We like some of our sister counties mi Kentucky are rec jiving Dowanwln, meaning "IlanRius should have bcen'receiving both Fe 'eral and "t t aid at this time Flower," who sings with the I'rin-cto the had been properlv looked after. I desire to To Ata Company at our Chan if it and voters of Bath county that if I am nominated and electti ii(ua. Is tho greatest contralto of ed it will be only a short time until Bath county will be receiving nor race. both Federal and State aid. 1 am against using the greater part the of the road fund on certain roads and but very little mon-yBARN BURNED other roads. Many pconle paying taxes have no turnpikes and A large burn belonging to San but vpry poor dirt roads. The allotment of the rond fund should ' hnson, at l'restonwas destroyed bechanced to som extent. by fire Thursday about norn result-I never failed at any time to give a free donation for the bene a stroke of lightning. Tin lit of our soldier bovs during the great World war, and I never fail ed at any time to give mv little mite to the poor and needy ar contained a co'isidcra ie and unfortunate who could not help themselves, and I have nevini'iunt of farm machinery which er failed to pay a minister of the Gospel for h's services and great n. i'lsii lestrovcd. The 0: good work done in trying to save poor sinneis' souls fromh torthat there was $1,500 in- - ment. In conclusion let me say to my friends keep on pressing the but'irancc 011 the barn, which did not ton for I am going to win this nomination for County Judge, so over the loss as the barn was a vcr; both ladies and gentlememen, please cast your votes fur me for large one. County Judge on the 6th day of August. 1921. You will find my name on the ballot till the polls close. All reports circulated by my Mrs. S. I'. Moore entertained the enemies that I going to assess property higher this year than I foundation, as all tangible It. J. Moore, San Antonio, Texas did last year are untrue and without property, land, town lots and live stock have decreased in value following for dinner Sirnlavr Mrs. and will be assessed by me for less money than last year, 1920, Mrs. Maggie Anderson, Mrs. Mamie this year being 1921 Tiplon, Mrs. Kirby Bradley, Ogden, W. D. BAILEY. bison gravevard. ! As strong and safe as honesty and prudence make it possible. We invite vour Banking business. . en j ROUGH AND DRESSED HARDWOOD LUMBER j I OUR SPECIATIES: Flooring, Ceiling and Siding OUR MOTTO: f Good MteriyfLpjrrPrices and Fair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY. en A VIOLIN" QUINTST. d 0 t 'ax-paye- rs on While you. are Buying get the- - Best Hart,- .Schafiher & Marx CLOTHING - ML' :.-- Oklahoma Fanner Tice on Avoiding Sickness. Used Black-Draug30 Years. ' ht Shoes They go together LACY-COON- S used havo Okla. "I Camenm, for about Thedford's thirty year3, and certainly ought to know by this tlmfc what a good medicine it is," Bays Mr. T. L. Bostler. a fanner of this place. Mr. Bostler has passed hl3 Black-Draugwell-knowthree-score-an- d Black-Draug- AND CO. ton shoes for men, Mrs. A. R. King shoes for children. Minfani Mn.l Onyx and Black Cat Hosiery, Arrow Shirts and Collars, Knox and Stetson hats, Michael Stem & Co., reart made clothing for Men ami Youtq; Men ami Americun Clothing Co. sit- for hoys. If one were to drop into the establishment almost any day he wonkl realize at once what we mean when we say this in one of the busiest .inns in the county. With its clerics .ill busy and a h'-of customers ! waited on or looking over their .hie line of goods, it presses home the conviction that this firm is loyal to the people, the people are investing in a little loyalty themselves .mil With sides of the iuesttn are rinding that it pays. The firm of (ioedpaster & Co., is owned by J. B. Goodpaster and S. A. Patterson. Mr. Goodpaster is preU dent of Farmers Bank of Owingsville. Mr. Patterson is the active manager of the business and owns considerable farm property iu.this locality. He is an enterprising and eoiwuKtH-tiobusiness man who is ever alert to the advancement and progress t the community in which he is operating. e-- ur us Thoronfffib red H orses Annual Summer Meeting at anxL-fauii- ly .ATON IA June 4th to July 9th UIO' : I I . I tenth year, but declares his health still Is good, "and I can Bay did Ita part." "Where there Is a lot or malaria, a liver medicine Is a necessity, and I have never found one better than continues the "It Is one that I know to bo I sure use It for the liver, reliable. ttomach. constipation. Indigestion, and It has done me a world of good. We te it for tho family, and It gives ittisfaction. "Most trouble, or sickness, comes from the liver, and if taken in tims can be avoided. That Is why I use as I do. I am much nTpnsf.fi with results obtained." Is purely Thedford's vegetable. It acts on tho bowels, gent- liver, and helps Inly stimulating tho crease the normal flow of bile nto the Intestines. It assists in the digestion of food, and relieves constipation in a prompt and natural way. Ask your dru iU for a v.ickage to1I131BL UU lUtUUlUA tav- '" Black-DraughtOkla-homaBlack-DraugBlack-Draug-- ht ' SALT LICK Among those who were in Mt Sterling on Saturday we note Clcll MeCarty and wife, Boone North, Johnson Razor and wife, Cranston Cheap and wfe, Evcrette Williams and wife, Mrs. W. J. Shouse, Mrs. C. S.' Bates, Mrs. Press Jackso... Burns Jackson and othcr.i. The Sjilt Lick Deposit Bank u makinjr an "extensive addition to (heir ''auk building; enlarging (he lobby and direj!(6rs room and other improvements Misses Ida and Zctta. nnd Master Joseph Rosenheim of Louisville, are Jr riletive guests at the home of .uncle Simon Freed. Burns Jackson, of Lacrosse, Ind., Saturday, Jane 4ih Kill lttV Saturday, Jutv iKOSiif Satunlar j svu:f ?ui3 modations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Luton ia Course. is hilled to take place ut A Wii'.'ht's jirove July 2. We are the home of all good canned products. iiii-ni- K. C. I5Ylv)X. tllh Ji Princess Te Ata and her Compan will give Indian songs, dances and le gends at our Chautauqua. Princess Te Ata Is an exceptions dramatic reader and Interpreter of tho dances of the Red Man. Dowan win Is the greatest Indian contralto These talented artists were soleot ed by Thurlow Lleurance, one of th foremost authorities on Indian mush to present this unique and artistic rogram of Indian songs, lull' sIes. legends and dances. A part of thelt program will be 'of standard art songs. All are college graduates are gorgeous Their costumes and very expensive. rnumii SalirJay. " u Jun.- - cp 1 GOODPASTER Owingsville, & CO., Ky., USSID St'5:S a l&lh SaturJar. KH 71KM HUi:'. 2ml Those who vir.it Laronia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. Tiry Clothe You Complete and Enjoy a Larac Trade Over a Wide nl Country. IMC'i!'. CVS Business Established In 1394. tSaluriair, .'u SMim'ar, Ju'v 31 iK;traii!ta wri? l.UiJtj .In r 'h uxiri aor iff .if 5 atnnlar. Jtir 'K Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated f With Mich lmMiiC!i lenses a., the one whose name head this sketch, illo a'ld viof Owi; the to cinity seldom find it neiM'.-.siir- Latonia, Ky., Course i send to other trade centers for dry Roods, shoes or clothing of any kind. It pays to he loyal to your home merchant und particularly when the tjnn is such as that of Ooodpaster & Co., who help to hear the hurdm of taxation, assist you in all laud-ahl- e enterprises nnd are always ready to help to push your interests forward with irresistible energy This is one of Bath county's greatest dry goods and clothing empoj-.uinIt was established under fav-- i auspices in 1SU4 and has nic; deserved success from the first, n'i because of the fact that it has been the policy of the management fi handle only goods of known ijualit;' and feature moderate prices. It lm pursued a code of business ethics that has inspired confidence and is today :i favorite slmppping place with hundreds or people in Owings- illo and surrounding country. ThN firm clothes the family completi from head to foot and if the linn ha-mutto ut all, it is pronnbly, "Ti .Meet All Your, Wants in Their Line All the Time." There is much in the arrangement the t.re. It has its effect on the publii . .Modern fixtures are in use in the store of (loodpaslcr & Co. the iatoricr of their establishment is a combination of taste and convenience. The building in which they are located is finely adapted to their needs and is a brick structure dimensions 40 x 100 feet. The Tar-- ' stuck carried comprises dry goods, notions, ..furnishings, ..Men, ..Ladles U'ld Chiilin ns read t wear. Hats, Caps Shoes, elev The store; makes a si.eeinl feature of Leach and Walk over shoes for Ladies if. E. Nettle- s. HALL'S CATARRH MRnTfTMTS will t we claim tor It cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. We do not . Claim to cure any other disease. HALL'S CATAHHII MEDICINE la a liquid, taken Internally, and act through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of tlon and restoring normal conditions. Aii uruouu. circulars iree. r i X. o So wh How's This? P. J Chn--