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Miss Lucille Mark, of Sharpshurg, The China famine fund raised in was the guct of Misses Lucia and Kentucky totaled $91,1S7.25. Xcttio Thomas several days the past week. John Arnold Thomas and family, of Montgomery county, visited Mr. Sidney MoElwaync and MWs Thomas.' parents. M. L. Thomn- - anil Ploronrc Richards were licensed to wife Sunday. marrv Monday. Dr. Scott Uoodpnter, of Dayton. Ohio, is sHnding a few days with Two preachers and n deacon are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. candidates for magistrate in district Goixlpaster. ! Xo. 5- ,Miss Clara Dixon Melnlvrc. of Columbus Ohio, came Saturday to The Ontloflk prints eandidalc and fowo be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. announcement ranis jpits! Let h have yonr order now Barnes. 1. J. A. Power will make pictures ent Saturday at his home on R Nile ev- The oil well on Clyde Young's' place at Olympia has been sunk to a depth of about SOU feet and at last the prospect seemed good for oil. The drillers have re- solved to go down at least to WW feet. Other wells will be unk in. the vicinity of Olympia. The next drill- insr will probably be on Snjiire Will Jackson's farm. Then- - are several oil drills at and near Olympia. nil of which cvpect to he at work in a few da vs. The ML Sterling papers are bitter i - - - '" denunciation of the fake program nl which were advertised autonio-repo''"I" races, balloon ascension, aero-findin- COL. ARMSTRONG'S COMMENT ON CEN- rt g I'bnie flights and other interesting events. The race between tuo Fords 1,1 ",,r !""' ,vils w.v "," of the other features advertised were attempted. SUS REPORT OF HORSES KENTUCKY jpiim S:-Xe- '' our linntvpp is oitf o commission the Outlook is nnbl'shed R. C. BYRON". this week under grent difficulties. As we could not pet the compoDavid Webster and Receipts from the sale of Camp The Republicans of Bath comttv sition done in Mt. Sterling n good Taylor amounted to something over Ed Crouch and family, of near ML met in convention Saturday after- deal of local matter nnd had to bo left out of Sterling, and Rnmspy" (Sinter and noon for the purpose of recommend-im- r a million dollars. the paper. Mi- May Jones and Walter Cray- candidates for county offices to RAYMOND COYLE - There are 52 teachers in at- craft and Miss Stella Carenter were the voters at the primary election, The Death iird has acrain stte' tendance at the Institute beinjr guests of Charlie Webster and fam- - but met with but little success in in. tr cfiui'unii;- and t ok nwa . Agpnductedihis week by the teach- ducing members of their party to heJfors ffVio siimmor nnrm.il seVionl. v Sundny. sun i !' Willie wife. a'ld J S. Tinsley, Anchorage, Ky., Mrs. It. J. Moore and little son roine There are now Ie w.is twelve years 'd ha l State Evangelist, will begin visit to Paul after a a meetMondav will be the last candidates for Countv ' We are the home of all good ned products. can- THE CHAUTAUQUA The White & Myers Chnulauiua y closed a season here Monday night. Those who attended say that the entertainments of this Chautauqua were the best ever given in this town. This is the fith annual chautniKpin this company has given W. T. Huff, of Hilltop. sient in this town and Arrangements as- eral dnvs the nnst week .with hi .wap arP ' darnWrs. Mrs. Bettie Alchisonand . s,lr",!I i1,,,i,,"r f,,r ' most completed. Mr- -. W C. Jackson. and Flemiiiu'sliurg baseball trains played on the hitler's grounds on the Fourth of July. Flcmingslmrg winning by a score of 7 to 5. The crowd present a estimated at r.oi). The Owingsville The War Department Is Interested In the Increase of Pure-Bred Horses HERE IS THE SHINGLE You find them on the finest 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollar houses as well as the 4, 6, and 8 thousand dollar houses. They are popular on the 40 thousand dollar houses because there is no more naturally beautiful material tb put on a roof than the attractive Indian red or the artistic sage green slate. The low price makes them possible on less costly homes. And they wear better. Neither wind, nor walking on them, nor fire nor old age, nor the blow of a hammer will cause them to crack The asphalt in them protects from rusting off and shingles coming loose. The slate surface makes them They satisfy .insurance and building law requirements. Finally they stay flat. nail-hea- ds spark-proof. President Harding has appointed Tuft Chief Justice or the dried States to fill the lacanev caused by the death of Chief Justice White. As "There is lite utmost nccil in tills country today of increasing the horses, partii ulaily tier of pure-liretlio.so of the tliiiroiiKhiireil type, on winch the War Department must for its cavalry mounts In case of national emergency." The above is a paxsase from the statement by Col. Frank S. Armstrong, Chief of ihe 1. S. Army liemoimt Serv) ice, relative to the l!'-- 0 census of do-peKen-tuiK- nf son-in-la- corref-tonden- ce Rav-ind- ie r 1 ten-day- s' 'ecu a bright and healthy bo r Mrs. Mrs. Moore's mother-in-laing nt Wyoming next Tuesday night, county court day before the primary J. M Moore left Tuesday for .Tiiil. Jai'er. Representative and aoout when loiiitccu liiontlis July 12. Service each night at 7:30. Tn Commissioner. cleetion. San Antonio, Texas. stricken with liver trouble anil t "Seeing Things Whole" will he the arid son Clar yellow jaundice which caused his Mrs. Thos. Whitt no topic? for first three nights: This is the headquarters for teas ence, dauchter Mrs. Leona Ford i mno. ill . r lllirr i. nurr death. All that olving hands could 1. Seeing the Whole Task. and coffees. W. T. Huff, need 7 vcarsN and granddaughters Misses Eva- fi. do for him was done hut Clod know-rt- R. C 2. Seeing the Whole Force. ine and bmma and Mrs. Kate died nt bis home at Hilltop. Fleming best. He giveth and he hath takGill, of Lexington, spent from H. Seeing the Whole Field. Friday till Tuesday with their count v. Wednesday. June 2th. after en away. The burial was at the Congress voted by a large major Brother Tinsley was pastor in n In?crin!r illness. She is snrvivedn Bailey burying nf- aunt Mrs. J. M. Moore. ground ity itp prohibit the sale of beer and Miss Berta Keller, of Chatta- - by les husband. W. T. Ilnff and her tcrnoon at two o'clock. Tuesday parent Owingsville from 1893 lo 1900 and The light wines to sick persons. nooga, Tenn., is visiting Mrs. Robert Shields. She was the have the sympathy of the community ,,M -- '"'''",L,l " meetings nt all ' Richard Cross and family. tUv Bl"1' Co"nt' "Ilr:Ilcs- Tlli w'" stepmother' of Mrs. Bettie Atchison in their becravemcnt. Contributed. w s -- h j j - Kentucky's 1921 wheat crop is now - nlnrcl liv Afrrioullurnl Commission- -r W. C. Hanna at 7,07,II00 liusliels. .... 2, 3 and T per cent, discount on . I. & A. T. BYROX Bo- and Mrs. W. C. Jackson, of this The burial was at the fa mil v "nvevard cn Robert Shie'ds" farm. (own. WILLIAM FAWNS - be his 41st meeting without stop HOT, DIZZY FEELING ,si returning from overseas. J ' ltiear j Open Letter and Announcement. Atlanta Ltrjy's Uncomfortable and Mr. Farmer: Annoy iag Condition Relieved, lime and cement before buying. Right j nis To' acco Setter fw sale by Win. Fawns, acred 50 years, died My dear sir and brother of the prices and prompt delivery. Shu Savs. bv Cardui. L. & A. T. BYRpX. E. at his home in the Forge Hill secsoil. You probably recognize the THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO tion Thursday afternoon after a few Lct tl'llt JOU Virtually gave away Vnilnir nf ?S V.nt Alorn.vlrr Rfroot A hU runic issHvertised to There was a large crowd of people take .place at Kimbrough Park lavs' illness of typhoid fever. Mr. this city, nays: "After entering wo- - your last year's crop of tobacco. So . so is was highly respeeJed in his manhood, I suffered My much with i '., nt the picnic at the Wright grove Saturday July 30.' ' There will muth Iudon" lmt 'ou womanly weakness. back ached. ,lll,t ll aity. He is, survived by his would have, at certain times, a hot venicnlAin not having the usual the mouth of Prieklcy Ash Sat' be good music, speaking and va. . heaiLj . 'The "burial feeling that seemed. Kgo to my and It venieiH .in not. liaviug tlic - usuaV lanJay. ThejCSAli'Iickkbakd.furaLshcl! rious kinds;of amusemonts. Even my shoulders iquld hurt, maae me very dizzy ana uncomrort-Bblthe Old Virginia graveyard. noun music and "all those present enjoyed 'f finances to meet your deWhen the blood would flow to Itobcrt ''D uff, who is threshing mands' Before you forget this J themselves. my head I suppose that was what It wheat in his county, says the yield weak. Taint and feci Jack Dcmpscy, heavyweight cham was I would do my work. so had a would 'like to call your attention to I I couldn't Attorney General Dawson has rul- is evcninialler than expected, the pion prize fighter, knocked out the cood position, and this was surely the mdist promising movement for iivoragc being perhaps not over eight French champion. Georges ed that railroad and bridge cooperative marketing that has ever Carper, must pay common school bushels to an acre. been organized in the Burley district. tier, in the fourth round. It is said go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly. "I heard of Cardui, and my mother taxes for their mileage within a that Uncle Snm gets nearly a hnlf bought it for me. It was the first and Mr. J. C. Stone, of Lexington, and NEW MACHINERY. oounty school district to the county million in wnr taxes out of 'this only medicine that ever did me any probnhly others will be hero on July i .. . good for this trouble." school superintendent instead of the 11th, Court Day, to tell all about it. I have received and have now in "K"1-, Dizziness, headache, s'ileache, back- - Come and hear them and bring all sheriff. operation an equipment feeling and other dls- uche, tired-ou- t ngrccablo symptoms are often signs oC for shoe repairing, including machinThe Gazette says the moonshine womanly troubles. Thousands of wo- - your fellow tobacco growers. CARD OF THANKS A. W. WALDEX. g and all ery for sewing or Ifnffin Jn Vlnminiv Knnnli. Ic men who formerlv suffered from theso Yc wish to thank our friendo nn.i other kinds of work requiring sew "., .. , , and similar ailments have found Or-orse man 11 lias nren ior years. dul a vcry vaiuabe remedy. noighliers for their kindness and asSam Bigstaff and others supplanting or stitching. AH work done About the same is true of Bath coun- Cardui Is composed enly of pure, sistance piven ns during the illness first-clas- s ed by convict labor on the Sharps-bur- g promptly and in manner. ly, and there seems to lie but little focen recogn!zed as of medicinal value and at the death of our son Rayand Owingsville pike, have gone In the treatment of many l if cases and Send your work in by parcel post or no effort to stop jt. mond. ' disorders peculiar to women. to Montgomery county to work on receive it by return jiiail. and j .Take cardui. WILLIE COyi,E.&. FAMILY., g KC-H-0 :i ' ! roads. Yonr druggl&t sells It ' QLAY TtOYSTJ. OUTLOdR $130 PER YEAR. Meats and Groceries of QualH" I get them weekly so as to keep Choice home-kille- d fresh stock. beef, highest grade cured meats, al so buy all country produce at the highest market price. A square deal assured and a share of your trade appreciated. REBSE WELLS. One new and one second hand I "-'ne. com-pariies ffTSJi The uneasiness of practical, patriotic men like Colonel Armstrong oet tin- - ilnuiilon was amply justified by ihe iissun of the last treat war, which vo s r'Mmrl.v demonstrated Ihe value of lie liorso in connection with modern warfare and revealed what would liae become a pitiful shortage, IihiI held out only a very few the weeks lonuor than they did. Nor must wo forget the Importance of breeding better horses more eten-slvel- j in times of peace. Better bml horse- mean belter work horses; bitter prices for them, and a readier market. The t'.r'u census figures indicate that Kentucky, as usual, will leipl her s states as to both number ami class of horses, hut oven we are far from approaching what should lie our quota In c'ther count. Colonel Armstrong's statement In full Is as follows: "Despite Iho vcry small amount of pure bred ..lock, as compared with the total number of horses in the state. I beliee that, when s iiiilar figures for the other states Vcome available, a comparison of all will show that Kentucky still holds its ro.nk as ihe foremost state in preiliu lng ihoroughbrcils. "The relatively small percentage ot thoroughbreds and of other classes of slock included in the total number of horses in Kentucky. Is .1 ami not a local, situation, ami lie other, states probably will show een smaller percentages. The same conditions. I am told, preall with IK other than horses, though prnb-abnot to the same extent us with the latter. The census uport upholds and jutllles the poslttor taken by the American ltemount A'foci.ition thai there is the utrjost new! In this country today of Increasing 'the number ot Hire bred tho.se o'l tfia thoruifellhrea type,)on which the War Department must Ucpend for itf tialry mounts In cns of national emergency, and which "it met with In procuring in sulll-len- t ureat illlm-ultnumbers diir'ng the recent war The national nctil of iipVulbling and thornughbred Increasing Anier can horses an nut, lu my opinion, he overemphasized." i'ire-bred lj 6oicla-.irtki;nrjy , horse. i; "& E. L. & A. T. BYRON. the nrjircmj&Jit wow ATTENTION The firm of Steele Crooks having dissolved I am continuing the busi- ness 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 dVclers will be filled unless previous account has been paid. JAMES. R. STEELE Owinesville, Kentucky. S ' A. PASSEGER LINE Beginning MONDAY, JULY 11, I will es tablish an auto luu from Owingsville to. Paris via Mt. Sterling. ESP.V MAZE NEW ' I ' hnlf-solin- 1 ! Those who are In a "run down" condition will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are In Rood health. This fact proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease, it Is ereatly Influenced - by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is a Tonic and Blood Purifier, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of the body, thus reducing the inflammation and restoring normal conditions. All druggists. Circular free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. OUTLOOK Hall's Catarrh Medicine VULCANIZING tires in and have them1r6'-- ; paired for the summer. Do not throw them away. Let us make new ones out of them for you for half price of new tires. All work warranted. Br.ii)? your old f S!.50 PER YEAR, i CROOKS & STAMPER. EARL B. THOMPSON' Mrs. J. li. Ewing entertained on Tuesday afternoon from 4 to G in honor of her niece, Marjorie Botts, f Ashland. Those present were Misses Elisabeth Brown, Gladys Yonng, Lucille Catlett, Constance Thelmn Botts, Susan Richards, Johnson, Gene Brother, Carolyn Brother and Isal-rl- l Corbett, of Pa- ducah, Ky. Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at I LIKE my job. AND EVSRV nncn. IN A whll.-t- . BUT DAYS do coma WHEN SKIES are bluo. ft IS A CANDIDATE FOR ROLL OVER. OR MAYDE .sit nml thlnlc. ft ABOVE THE city aranlto. AND BREEZES f MRS. ALICE GILLON. Mrs. Alice Gillon died at the St. Joseph hospital. Lexinjrton, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Gillon had been in poor health for some time and her death was not un expected. For years she had been a great sufferer and her suuenncr terminated only with her death. She had undergone two serious surgical operations and was at the hospital for the third time with the forlorn hope 3' that the doctor who understood her case might give her some re lief. Mrs. Gillon was the widow of John Gillon, who died less than two years ago. She was a da'igh-te- r of William and Gillean deceased, and had been a resident of Owinjcsville for vears. Of a numerous family she is survived only by ' , two sisters. Mrs. bmma of Roachdale, Ind., and Mrs. Lucv Blair, of Washington. D. C. Mrs. Gillon had been a lifelong member of the Episeo- pal Church. She was 67 years old. She was buried at the cemetery by the side of her husband and her twin daughters'. I Rag-land, for-tv-fiv- LATON IA (Convenient to Cincinnati) stir. BUT MOST lifcoly. ft ft OLERKl OF THE Mm THE PAPERS on my dosk. AND THEN I JUST SIT. ft ft ft ft ft ft think. AND EVERY nneo. .IN WHAT I would do. June 4th to July 9 th Slakes: iniSEIIil llXDieir SatnrJir. Jui IF I wcro boss. ft ft ft Awhllp I'll lighl-- . ONE OF my rhnqtnrnpKl. AND OH Roy. ft ft ft ft Bath Circuit Court Subject to the Democratic party primary election August C,'1921. our support and inllticncc respectfully solicited. I'D OPEN shop. AT TWELVE o'clocK. ft ft ft I GUEST that, wouldn't. 4 curum tim: utwh ttm StturJar. ) 11U The unusuallj' hijjh class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the 'success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. AND CLOSE ft ft ft nt ft ft ft ono. SATIS FY I WITH ONE hour off. FOR LUNCH, and I. ft ft WOULD GET old Sam. ft TO RUN mo out, IN HIS bis six. Off. ft ft ft HHCmtf KMDlUr Saturday. Jun I ltli AND DROP mo BESIDE UNDER A Kroenwood A StlunUr. Umil BH5X1? 18th' treo. babbling brook. Ray, COMPANIONSHIP? a as CliwttprlieM for steady company! Just as mild ami smooth as tobaccos can he hut with a mellow "body" that ;ati3-fieven cigar smokers. On lazy days or busy onei all the timo ynu want thi-- i "satijfy-smoke.- " tc cs r While you are moil sum SAurir, Ju&e tSth Tts tsoEci fi Sturilr, Jun a U1CKU mi:ir 2nd 25th Those who visit Latonia this, month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. AND THERE I'd llo. AIR- - TIGHT tins Have you aecn the netu of SO? Buying get the Best Hart, Schaffher & Marx CLOTHING Stacy-Adam- s baun-ders- Slurdr. Ju'r 3S ; ) cncmiin tispit StturtUr. Jul? 2nd iKicmtticE nmttr Mnndmr. JaV 4th 9 1 Kentucky Jockey Club IncorporAted " Ow-lnsrsvi- lle Lalonia, Ky., Coursa I tt t a A. "175 lis nn LigocttA: W-rr- - "i i Shoes They go together LACY-COON- S , a rcco Co. AND CO. - : OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. O WINGS VILLE. KY. Frankfort. The life sentence In the penitentiary Sven to Thomas in the Harlan Circuit Court for the murder of John Callahan was affirmed by the Court of Appeals. Callahan was killed at Baxter In Harlan county by (ionninger because of trouble which he had with Clonnlnger's Clou-nlnger THIS DREADED $1,000,009,000 INTEREST OWED UNITED STATES Biggest Class of Army Nurses Is Graduated TD SEE NIGHT GOME Was So Restless He Couldn't Sleep and Daylight Was Always Welcome. -- NEWS CULL1NGS From AN OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN Mrs. Little Tells How She Suffered and How FinaUy Kentucky son, Harmon. Louisville. $4,000 J BY EUROPEAN DEBTOR NATIONS UP TO MAY 15, TOLD TO SENATE. Willi the exception of a little milk toast, which comprised my diet for Hiiro tlwu eight weeks, I could not Alliei Owe Billion Interest on War Debts, Officials Tell Senate Finance oat ubj thing," iuld Capu Ueo. V. Mellon Seeks Funding Committee WoHrtrfc. reading at IOj Jennings St Power. Knoxvitle, Tenii., a highly respected citlsvti of tliat city. "1 ui now able," continued Captain Washington. Approximately St. WewWe. -- after taking two bottles ol intercut was owed to the Tttfttac, to oat practically anything. Vnlti-States by Kuropean debtor na1 bad a bad form of Monmcli nnd tions up to May IS, Treasury ollieials trouble for a long time and told the Senate Finance Committee, In for months my condition hud been explaining the Administration bill to such that 1 buffered agony. 1 got so give to the Secretary of the Treasury 1 1, t 1 could not eat the simplest food. broad authority In funding allied debts. tried doctor after doctor and all kinds The Assistant Secretary placed the A new era In the army nursing service was established when IOI nurses were graduated from the Walter of medicine, but nothing that was pre- amount f interest due at $!) 13,33 1.7SO. young women, who received their diplomas from MaJ. Gen. M. W. Ireland, surscribed for me seemed to do ine any Secretary Andrew J. Mellon told the Heed hospital, Washington. These geon genernl of the army, were trained by the government, and constitute the largest class graduated from such an good. 1 had a terrible pnlu In my committee that no suggestion has been broast Jubt over my heart and for made that tho Tnlted States accept Institution. weeks and weeks 1 got no relief. German reparation bonds as substi"I finally got m nervous that 1 ac- tutes for allied obligation, anil declared MARTIAL LAW DECLARED tually dreaded to see night come, as that the Treasury had no intention of 1 could not Mocp, and was always so viewing any such proposal. Secretary Citizens Drafted in Mingo County Into restless that I would rejolco to sec Mellon said the only funding negotiaMilitary Seivlcc Under Order daylight come. I was also constipated tions entered into were with Great of Governor. nil of the time. In fact, life seemed Britain and that they had been of a a burden nnd I was so miserable that preliminary nature. 1 was almost ou the verge of despair. Charleston, W. Va. Drafting of citi as to the Questioned specifically zens of Mingo County into state miliSeveral of my neighbors told mo about provision of tho bill authorizing tho FLAG IS CHAL- tary service for enforcing martial law REJECT PREMIER GEORGE'S Taubic and advised me to try It. Treasury to accept bonds on any for- TO DEFFEND TO PEACE CONFERwas ordered h Governor K. F. Mor-"I nm personally acquainted with eign country in lieu of those of LENGE OF DISABLED VETERIn a prochmi.itinn .supplemental to Mr. Dan M. Chamhlts. of the firm of ENCE, AS PHRASED. nations, the Treasury SecreANS TO SOCIALISTS. the proclamation of martial law Issued necessary KuWmn & Chnmbliss and when I told tary said be thought of Mingo May 19. The Assessor him of my condition and how 1 suf- that the authority bo made broad fered he advised me to begin taking enough to take care of any con- Radicals Told That the Advocates of (Nmnt Is directed to enroll forthwith "President" De Valera Asserts That all persons liable to military duty nnd Tatttac without delay and that It had tingency that might arise." Proposal Is Impossible of AcceptForce Would Be Met With Force-Re- ady from this list the Sheriff Is directed, relieved hundreds of the best people "There is notlung specifically conance in Present Form Ulster LeadDisto Stamp Out Sr.ditlon, KiO men or accept 130 In Knoxville. 1 have now taken two templated along that line, he added, either to draft er Declines Invitation to Meet De loyalty and Treason For All Time. volunteers. These men are to be musIhhUcs of Tanlac nnd nm ghig yon "but It Is deemed to be advisable that Valera In Dublin. tered Immediately Into tho service of this testimonial In the hope that it the authority be glfen." The Asslst-nn- t may Induce others to take It Since Detroit, .Mich. Fifty delegates to tho state for CO days and organized Secretary salJ all interest payLondon. Eamonn De Valera, the taking this medicine 1 actually feel ments except In the case of Itussla, the convention of the 1lsnhleil Amer- Into two companies of militia. Major Thomas B. Davis, Acting Ad Irish Itepublican leader, in a letter to like I had been made all over again were made ns due up to May, 1910. ican Veterans of the World War leadwith the youth, energy nnd ambition Several Kuropean nations used Amer- ed the Socialist National Convention jutant General, who was commis- Sir James Craig, the Ulster Premier, hoy." of a sixteen-year-olican Go eminent loans to pay the in- shortly after noon and warned tho So- sioned In the Governor's former proc- says that the proposal of the Prime Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists terest, but he was unable to say to cialists that the veterans are ready lamation as commander of the militia Minister, David Lloyd George, for a everywhere. Advertisement. what extent loans were used for that "to tight again to defend the Hag of Mingo County, Is retained in that conference in London between repreagainst sedition, dlslojolty and trea- position, and will have charge of the sentatives of Southern and Northern purpose. No Trespassers Allowed. mustering in of the men. Following Ireland and the British Government, son." Kalph Horr. of Seattle, who led the organization One of the wings of the plane had of companies Lieuten owing to Its limitations, Is impossible Ohio Teachers Meet. broken and its pilot, after crashing Sandusky, O. Attempt to reorgan- invading veterans, told the Socialists ants will be chosen. Major Davis has of acceptance in its present form. De Valera's letter follows: through a mass of planking nnd plasize the Ohio State Teachers' Assochw tluit advocates of force would bo met been employing state police and coun "I greatly regret that you can not ter fotHHl himself resting on a con- tion failed at Cedar Point when Uie with force and invited the radicals to ty ollicers in enforcing the proclamacrete surface In utter darkness. .itep outside if they wanted to light tion in the absence of a national come to a conference in Dublin Monmove to adopt n new constitution, emsupple day. Mr. Lloyd George's proposal, beMorgan's he asked feebly. "Where nm uard. Governor bracing many revolutionary changes for their beliefs." "You're In ray cellar," came an Horr quoted from printed reports of mental proclamation followed the re cause of its Implications, is impossi in administrative machinery, was ta voice out of the blackness. "But bled by a decisive vote of the 2,000 the remarks of U Louis EnghadI to the cent action of the State Supremo ble of acceptance in its present form. I'm watching yon:" American Legion teachers nsscmhlod In convention. general effect that his section of the Court handing down a decision Our political differences ought to be In Weekly. Fight for adoption of the new consti- party would fight "not os 10() per cent which construed as virtually nul- adjusted, nnd I believe, he adjusted on Irish soil. But It is obvious that in tution was led on the floor of the con- Americans, but under the red tlag of lifying the original proclamation. by It. J. Kcifer, Bellefon-t'tlnc- ; International Socialism." vention It Is believed In ollitial quarters the negotiation of peace with Great CUSTOMS FIFTY YEARS AGO Britain the Irish delegation ought not "I hope these reports do not repre here that the Governor's supplement Dr. Kaudall .(. Condon, CincinWho among us would say "I nati; It. J. Jones, Cleveland; F. C. sent the sentiment of your conven-- J al proclamation overcomes the ques to be. divided, but should net as a unit on some common principle." never wc a Dentifrice, I never have to?" Klrkendall, Zanesvllle, and F. H. War- tion," Horr said, "but if they do rep- tion of legality brought to the o Yet Fifty years ago, odd as it may seem, ren, Fostoria. Belfast. Sir James Craig, the Ulresent the ideas of any among you we of the Supreme Court's decision not one person in 1,000 used a Dentifrice have come to tell you here that it is nnd that It effectively will establish ster Premier, declined the invitation or even a tooth brush. our Intention to deal with them. We martial law In Mingo County. When extended to hlra by Eamonn De .Valera , Battleship Iowa Hit. So today, after more than 30 years of persistent publicity of Allen's Foot "Ease, have had occasion In Seattle to use ma- setting forth the reasons for his latest to meet De Valera in Dublin. The InOn Board V. S. S. Nevada, at Sea. the Antiseptic Powder for the Feet, not Tho battle ship Iowa, chine guns to stamp out disloyalty, se- action the Governor makes no direct vitation was contained in n letter to many out people care to conan enemy fleet attacking dition nnd treason, and those guns can references to the Court's decision, but the Ulster Premier and four other emifess, "You know I never have to use a repre-entlthe Atlantic Coast, was located In a be used again." Powder for the Feet!" declares that the "state of war, Insur nent Irishmen ouLsIde of Do Valera's Cameron King, Socialist delegate rection and riot" proclaimed In his party, asking them to meet him at the Mere than One Million five hundred few minutes less than two hours by thousand pounds of Powder for the Feet army dirigibles when 50 miles off shore from California, replied in behalf of tit st proclamation, continues to exist Mansion House, In Dublin Monday, for were used by our Army and Navy daring and 00 miles north and cast of Cape the Socialists. We appreciate he sac- nnd that the state Is without nn ade- a conference. the war. The reason is this: Incasing and confining Henry. More than a score of bomb- rifices the disabled veterans ' of the quate organized militia to execute and Comet Changes Route. W feel in Leather or Canvas Ehoes is ing planes, manned by naval and Ma- World War havd made," he said. "We enforce the laws of the state. v hfeund to create friction, more or less. rine Corps personnel, rushed to the understand ,the impulses that drove Cambridge, Mass.A-Seve- ral weeks of .Alien's Foot-Ea- w removes the friction scene in response to radio messages you to Intimacy with hisfsolar system .have I sacrifice. At itlie same Forest Fires Menv 'fromtbe shoes, and freshens the feet. It from the blimps that the "enemy" had time we have ' made sacrifices. We Albuquerque, for-ehad such an effeat on the J M. Tw. is this friction which causes smarting, cal- comet that Jit has changed its when war 'was de. corns and bunions. You know what been located, and hurled SO dummy did not believ c fires, tovermg 2,000 .. friction does to your motor-ca-r axle. Yhy bombs the Iowa, registering two hits clared that it w as a Just war, nnd burning In tho Coconino for. ir Itinerary and has, departed from its net remove it from your footwear by Shak- In the at we so be'Ievcd many of our com- Flagstaff, Ariz., according to Auviivs orbit, the Harvard University Observ forecastle. ing into your Ehoes Allen's Foot" rades have been Imprisoned. As Amer- received by the district Forest? OIHce. atory announced. The change In the' Ease, the cleanly, wholesome, healine. Antiseptic powder! Get the habit, as millions ican citizens we cluim the right of free A force of men from Flagstaff u comet's plans has been caused by planState To Take Charge. now have it. Xenia, O. James Mangy, 10 years speech and free assembly, arid we are lighting tho flames. Both fires, are etary Influences, nnd ns a result the old, who and killed his brother going to stand on those rights." believed ,to have been incecrtlary, nnd predicted meteoric showers are not Could Fill a Chair All Right Virgil, 8 years old, at their home near The visit of the veterans was made two men hu'xe been arrested. The mes- likely to fall, Solon I. Bally, acting Dull .looking and extremely fat boy . ago, wlrt be without disorder. After the talks sage received bete said the situation director of the observatory asserted. approaches office manager "Excuse Cedarvllle, several weeks 'me. mister, did yon advertise for a turiKMl over to the "State Board of were made the former soldiers with- was serious. placed In a home where drew. Seek South Pole. quick, lTlght boy to run errands for Charities to be he can be given proper environment, Shackleton. London. Sir Ernest American Mate Sentenced. ypur , according to the decision of Judge Carl Bremen. J. McGowan, second offi who commanded the British Antarctic Haywood to Return. the Juvenile Court. which reached Chicago. United States District At cer of the American steamer Deara-no- f, expedition In Don't Insist that your children go Muihnll, of declares he shot his was sentenced to I!0 months' Im- within !)'i tuiles of the south pole, and torney Ciyne announced that he had you are willing to Young Mangy to church unless !, brother with his father's revolver received a radio message from William prisonment for allegedly having shot also the Antarctic- expedition in set them an example. while they were hunting for ghosts In (Big Mil) Haywood stating that he nnd killed Captain J. C. Moller of the will be the leader on a new voyan upstairs room of their home. was leaving Moscow July VI and would Dearanof last March in Bremen har age covering "0,000 miles of uncharted surrender to Federal authorities as bor. An effort was made by tho United sections of the Southern Atlantic, the All Inquiry Falls to Shed Light. soon as he landed in this country. States to obtain McGowan's extradi- Pacific nnd Antarctic Seas. He will Do you suffer daily backache and Maylield, Ky. Developments In the Haywood was convicted with a num tion, but the German authorities claim- sail from Loudon lie end of August In stabbing pains feel worn ont and disInquiry Into tha mystery Are that ber of other Industrial Workers of ed Jurisdiction in the case. brlgantlne rigged, ship, a 200-topirited? Yon shouldn't! Yon want to claimed the lives of 11 persons In the the World and sentenced to 'JO years named Tho Quest. be well and the best way to get well home of Ernest lAwrence have been In the Federal Penitentiary. He was is to find what is making yon feel to Senate Springs Surprise. badly. Yon rhonld look, then, to your few. Nearly all theories have been released on bond pending the carrying Washington. Unexpectedly the Sen-nt- e Insurance Books Open. kidneys. When the kidneys weaken exhausted, and slight threads of evi- of the case to the Supreme Court. The adopted an amendment to the Newark, N. J. Directors of the Pruyou suffer backache, rheumatic pains Isaac Doyle, fore- Supreme Court refused to review the Frelinghuyscn seasonal rate coal bill dential Insurance Company of Amerdence unwound. and urinary irregularities; your head man of the Coroner's Jury that exam- case April 11 last and about Ave days introduced by Senator A. O. Stanley, ica, recently under tire before the aches, yon are tired, nervous and depressed. Help the weakened kidneys ined several witnesses after the fire, later It became known that Haywood of Kentucky, which empowers the In- Loikwood Legislative Conunittee, with Doan'i Kidney Pitt. Doan't was interviewed in nn effort to throw was in Itussla. terstate Commorce Commission to low- wh;ch Investigated housing conditions have helped thousands. They should light on tho theory that Lawrence was er freight rates on the fuel In sum- in New Yoifc, requested the New Jerhelp you. Atk your netghbort subject to spells of Insanity. mer, but prohibits it from increasing sey Commissioner of Banking and inAn Ohio Case Fund of $50,000 Left the rates, above the normal level in surance to examine Its affairs since J. A. Smith, prop, Washington. A $50,000 endowment Fcnrer Official Accused. the winter. of grocery store. lf02, and to Invite Commissioners of Washington. Main Et, Pomeroy. William P. Egan, for for the establishment by the Orchesot'ier states In which tho Prudential Ohio, says: "I bad a merly Assistant Chief of the Legal tral Association of Chicago of a pubTax Dodging Charged. with lilin. does business to lame bade and sharp pains would catch Division of the Prohibition llureau ir. lic school of music, to be known as the New York. Martin &. Martin, Ine, me when I bent ovthe llureau of Internal Itevenue, who Bryan Lnthrop Memorial, in memory Fifth avenue saddleis and dealers In Bank's Loss Is $235,000. er and I could hardwas ly turn In bed. My arrested here charged wita of her brother, is contained In the will leather goods, ami Herbert P. Martin, Ijiincaster, Pa. The nlleged shortkidneys acted first bribery In connection with tho Issu- of Florence Lathrop Page, wife "of u member of the linn, were indicted age of Charles D. Zcll, former Treastoo frequent!? and ance of liquor permits, was released Thomas Nelson Puge, former Ambas- en charges of having violated the rev- urer of the Agricultural Trust Comthen thr v wen ran rested. The secretions contained a In 2,500 bond after arraignment be- sador to Italy, tiled here for probate. enue act of 101S and having conspired pany, closed by the State Department Somesediment, too. fore United States Commissioner It disposes of an estate estimated at to defraud the Government by evading of Banking, now Is fixed at $23T,000 times "my merit was blurred. I used Kidney Pills and they cured Doan'a Mason It. Itlcliardson. $1,500,000. payment of luxuiy taxes. by Charles H. Graff, Deputy Itecclver. me." Cet Doss's 1 Any Store, 60e a Bos Wood Completes Tour. Prison Heat Is Cooler. Suspects Ditch Auto. Peonage Still Exists. s mission Manila. The Columbus, O. Preferring heat "inDetroit, Mich. Charges that peonPortsmouth, O. On the way to the has returned to Manila after a side the pen" to that outside, John age exists in Arkansas, Louisiana and county, jail In a machine with Deputy FOSTER- - MILEURN CO," BUFFALO, N. Y. visit to Southern Luzon and ad- FInkle, convict, sentenced from Co Mississippi were made here by U. S. Sheriff Wanzer Itickey three alleged jacent islands where more thnn a hun- lumbus for assault, who walked uway Brntton, Detroit attorney, who for- moonshiners wrecked the automobile dred public meetings were conducted, from an honor squad, working, on the merly was n United States District At- in an attempt to escape and two of nt which all classes of citizens were Three. Cs highway, near Mt. Vernon, torney in the eastern district of Ar- them were shot and wounded by the invited to express their views and to returned to the Institution here. kansas, In an address before the deputy sheriff In a tight that followed. present complaints. Virtually all Warden Thomas, ho said: twelfth annual conference of the Na- James Glenn, !!2 years old, and Henry speakers advocated independence, but "Boss, It was too hot to work out there tional Association for the Advance- Cantrell, :0, were wounded when they many believed that the United States in the sun, so I came back here." Fo.ur' ment of Colored People. "Outrages attempted to attack the sheriff after should establish a protectorate over other prisoners who escaped, threo are perpetrated against the negro de- they had seized the wheel of the autothe Island if Independence were grant from the Junction City brick plant anil signed to cow and Intimidate him so mobile from the driver and sent it Am ed. The mission hap now covered all one from the Ixindon farm, have not that he can be kept in a condition of crashing through a fence and down a twelve-foo- t been apprehended. servitude, he stated. embankment. "The first dose of Eatonlc did sue the provinces of Luzon. wonders. I take It at meals and am Vocational Board Flayed. Flight to Coast Fizzles. Convict Escapes. do longer bothered with Indigestion," Suspect Is Arrested. writes Mrs. Ellen Harris. Washington. El Paso. Tew Aviators David It. The Federal Board Frankfort, Ky. Atwell Young, Charleston, W. Vn. Walter S. Thousands of people, like this dear fiom Lexington to servo lie State Tax Commissioner, was lady, gratefully testify about Eatonlc, for Vocational Education came in for Davis and Eric Springer, who left Itlv years In the State Kefonnat-irhere for Informed of the arrest of II. II. Hen-sowhich does Its wonders by taking up criticism by members of the Senate erside, Cal., In an attempted and carrying ont the excess acidity and Committee investigating Government flight to Jfew York, descended at Ft. highway robbery, escaped In an autoDeputy Cleik of Putnam County, gases which bring on Indigestion, activities dealing with former service Bliss, Tex. Major L. U. Heffernan, intield, on a wat-ramobile. Young was sentenced in Sep- at his home, in heartburn, bloating, belching and food charging forgery of comity orrepeating. Acid stomach also causes men. "There seems to be a lot of Commander of the First Surveillancu tember, l'jju. Young, who is a cripple, He was arraigned before u wooden pegs with wooden heads di Group, said the aviators were forced was a tritely at the penitentiary. ders. ailabont seventy other Magistr.ito and held under sno.000 ments. Protect yourself. A big box recting Its affairs," Senator Atlee Pom to land apparently because of engine Young Is a native of Cincinnati, of Eatonlc costs bat a trifle with your erene, Ohio, Democrat, declared, while trouble. The aviators said they would to police ret o ids. He Is said bond. When tht. Putnam Circuit Court guarantee. druggist's Scnntor Howard Sutherland, W est Vir continue their flight. They said they to be sought tlioro on a enarge of hav- met Judge T. Graham instructed tho ginia, Itepublican, said the "trouble expected to land at Mlneola 'Field, ing stolon an automobile. Young was grand jury i.t investigate tho charges against Henson, which were Hied folseemed to be due to a bureaucratic Long Island, within 22 hours after sent to the pcuiteiuinry from system." lowing an audit of flie Clerk's office, for hawug ioMed Jack Martin. i leaving. BED-BUG- grand jury returned several Indictments against men charged with operating illicit stills. Covington. Owensboro. Mts. George II. Itudy was sworn In as a member of the Daviess county grand Jury. She Is the first woman who ever has served on a grand Jury In Daviess county. The Morris Haley, Covington patrolman, and his bondsmen were made defendants in a suit filed in Kenton Circuit Court by N. II. Glover, Covington, chauffeur, for $5,000 for an alleged assault. Glover charged tliat Haley assaulted him after he had been arrested for an alleged violation of the tratlic law. Whllesburg. John E. Brown, 1C. C. Brown, G. P. Sharp and others have Just organised the Slater's Fork Coa! Company In Harlan County with $50,-00-0 capital stock. Leases l ave been mado and a new development Is to be started this summer. The nnrlati coal fields are undergoing rapid det velopment, Lexington. Thomas B. MacCartney, dean of Transylvania College, was appointed ncting president of the college, pending appomtment of a successor to Dr. U. H. Crossfield, who resigned to accept a position with the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America,. it was announced here by the Executive Committee of tho Board ' WE'RE READY TO SINN FEENERS FIGHT AGAIN SPURN OFFER ii "t of Curators. Paducah. Headquarters for community service organization will be opened here, nccordlng to announcement from leaders In the work. AH civic organizations will be urged to make use of the headquarters as a place of meeting. Mrs. Edna Hays Lyle, nn efficient leader In community service activities since its organization in this city, will serve us d Secretary at headquarters. oml-neu- s Shelbyvllle. J. K. Kemper cashier of the Deposit Bank of Cropper, arrested In Louisville on n warrant charging him with forgery, waived examination and bond wns fixed by Police Judge O. T. Kaltenbacher at $10,-00This was witli the approval of State Banking Commissioner James P. iewl8, who had indicated that he considered Jlils sum sufficient to Insure the defendant's appearance for trial. 0. Cured Damage amounting to resulted from an explosion thai Phfladelnhia. Pa. "I was not able to wrecked the gas engine of the towboat do my housework and had to lie down A. A. I'.ntan while en route from Der most 01 tne tune ana by, Ind to Louisville. Members of tha felt bad in my left side. My monthly crew escaped unhurt. Capt. E. S. Mil periods were irregler was in charge of the boat, which ular, sometimes five Is the property of the Louisville Point or seven months Lumber Company. apart and when they did appear would las t fireFrankfort. Clarence Smith, a for two weeks and were very painfnL I man for the Louisville Veneer MII13, was sick for about a who fell Into a pool of water at the year and a half and company's plant In Louisville and was doctoredbut without drowned, was not negligent, the W ork- any improvement. men's Compensation Board held. The A neighbor recommended Lydia E. board allowed his widow and two In Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to me, fant children $12 a week compensa- and the second day after I started taktion for oSo weeks, not to exceed ing it I began to feel better and I kept on taking it for seven months. Now I a total of keep house and perform all my houseas duties. Yon can use these Frankfort. Because of a .supposed hold please and I will recommendfacts Vegeyon freak formation of the stone in the table Compound to everyone who suffers quarry at the forks of Elkhorn, this as I did' Mrs. J. S. Little, 8455 county, n blast Issued sideways Livingston St, Philadelphia, Pa. How much aarder the daily tasks of of going down, and blew up tho bridge over Elkhorn Creek. Several a woman become when she suffers from such distressing symptomsand weakness employes narrowly escaped. Commuas did Mrs. Little. No woman should nication between this city and Cincin allow herself get into such a condition - because such to nati temporarily was Interrupted. Damtroubles may be speedily ago Is estimated at $15,000. overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which for more than Covington. Firo which started forty years has been restoring American from n gasoline stove destroyed the women to health. general store of E. L. Blythe, the post-olliOh, Heavens, Not and n restaurant Jn BurlingShe had accepted his embrace with-oton, thirteen miles from here. In rereserve, but every time she sponse to call3 for aid, a fire company seemed to be on the verge of going to Covingfrom Cincinnati and one from sleep. ton was sent to Burlington. Theso Finally It was most exasperating. he remonstrated. companies succeeded in getting the "See here." he demanded peevishly, fire under control The los3 Is esti"why do you always appear asleep mated at $50,000. when I kiss you?" "Why, Harry," she retorted IndigFrankfort. ffo determine whether nantly. "You don't for a minute think not the Louisville Railway Com- I'm sort of n girl who would do pany has the authority to charge in such the things with my eyes open!", excess of a fare, It. Ruthen-ber- g American Legion Weekly. tiled a motion, with Judge Gus Thomas, of the Appellate Court, asking that the company be enjoined from charging more than a fare. A similar petition was filed by Ruthen-ber- g before Judge Kirby, of the Jefferson Circuit Court, who refused tho ut v nt Sure RE Wfor injunction. Lexington. With the granting of diplomas to 157 students who had finished the prescribed course of study the University of Kentucky closM h Its annual session. Lucius E. Wilson, Vice President and manager of tho American City Bureau, of Chicago, was the speaker of the day. He tool; as his subject "Service," advising tho graduates to make service ana not gain alone their ideal. He told them that In business the idea that profit from service was the right thing: and that trickery was to be frowned upon rapidly was becoming the order of the day. fifty-sixt- Relief Hot water LL-A- NS 6 Bell-an-s Sure Relief s sur-fac- radio-controllng d Paducah. Dr. M. E. Thomas, a physician, surrendered to United States Commissioner W. A. Blackburn following his indictment in the last term of Federal Court for alleged violations of the narcotic laws. Federal officers searched for hi in for several days without success. Dr. Thomas waived his examination and executed bond for his appearance before the federal granu Frankfort. A reduced rate of apJury nt the November term of court. proximately 25 per cent on shipments indigestion tht -' st '!"s -- -- y, 1SH)T-0- 1914-ltllt- Are You Worn Out? brlck-dust-ll- ke Leather Flowers. Painted leather boutonnleres that carry the art of artificiality to the utmost limit are the latest craze of fashion. These floral bouquets are veritable works of art. being carried out In colored suede or leather, tinted to reproduce the color of the flowers they profess to Imitate. A bunch of Neapolitan violets, made of fine scented of stone, sand and gravel for road Russian leather, dyed a delicate tone Lexington. Radicalism in every building has been pnt Into effect by tha of pale mauve, with soft green leaves, form will be combatted by the Bureau Louisville & Nashville Railroad Comproduced a veritable triumph of art. of Education through a campaign of pany, and Is retroactive from January as did a pink rose fashioned of "Americanization" to be conducted In 1,' 1021. The decreased rate was al- crushed morocco that was destined to the schools throughout the country, lowed by the railroad following a con- adorn the lapel of a severely cut blue Dr. Jchn J. TlgerL United States com ference between' A. R. Smith, third serge Is a very coat. This new missioner of education, declared in an vice president of the. road; (II. Green costly one, as the flowers fad all handare1 He also announced thntj jnrrett, chairman of the Sfate JQlsh-by a clever artist, who keeps the or 'the spreading o l Vvay Commission, and Joe p. Boggs, made through the use oM state highway engineer. The" new rate mystery of her craft a profound secret. "visual education" motion pictures would be started at will save 1110 BUVIB SUUJCIU1U Amu A Hot One. once, 000 annually, and counties and cltloe Dubblelgh "Don't you thinks socl may get the benefit of it through tho ety Is a bit of a boreT Miss Keen Louisville. Disregarding his moth- highway commission. "Your society, Mr. Dubblelgh." er's admonition not to go bathing In tho Ohio river, Norman Garvey, 12, Louisville. Another act to permit And there's the rest cure! but don't son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Garvey. citizens of Louisville to vote a too often SOS street, was $500,000 bond issue to make poss.'ble take It North Thirty-fift- h Thirty-nintdrowned at the foqt of Temperature. the $1,000,000 Jefferson County World street when he waded beyond his War Meinorinl Building as originally experiments Carefully - conducted depth. Stepping off a submerged em- planned :s to be submitted to the Ken- have shown that soil will not freeze bankment Into ten feet of water, he tucky General Assembly at its session at zero temperature unless it Is thorwas Immediately caught by a strong beginning next January. Such is the oughly agitated. If It Is not agitated. undercurrent which carried htm oat announcement made by the Memorial It will not freeze at this temperature, of right. Commission, following a meeting of no matter how long It Is left exposed that body at winch it was definitely to it. Sand loam. If left undisturbed, FrankforL The taxes collected by decided to .resubmit the bond Issne may be exposed 'to a temperature of. Kentucky this year will total with legislative consent. The commis- several degrees below zero without an Increase of $2,410,405.24 sion is composed of R. W. Bingham, any sign of freezing. The thermomesince 1917. This statoment was made chairman; F. M. Sackett, Thomas ter has shown the temperature of cerby Henry E. James, state Inspector Floyd Smith, Mrs. A. T. Hert, Marion tain soils to be far below the freezing nnd examiner, in his report on the E. Taylor, George C. Burton and P. J. point without the soli's actually freezstate tax commission. The vast In- Hanlon. ing. Popular Science Monthly. crease in taxes collected Is due to the Monster Sturgeon. fact that tho total assessment of propLexington. A frail mother, nursing sturgeon, five feet ten A erty la Kentucky for 1017 was baby, was sentenced to a In and In 1P21 it was $2.14S,C15.-G2- a fine of $10 and costs, a total of $13. inches long, was recently caught Alor an Increase in the assessment by Judge J. J. Riley, In Police Court, the Red Deer river at Drumheller, fishing near the of 132.9 per cent. and, unable to pay, faced a term In tho berta, by some miners men In all were Five workhouse. She was saved from this, Midland mine. dry land, graduFrankfort. Glaring evidences of however, by Mayor T. C. Bradley, who required to get It to water, cheating nnd fraud have caused Su- suspended the fine and Issued a paroi? ally playing it Into shallow cut its perintendent of I'ublic Instruction after officers of the Associated Chari- wtien one of ria isfishermen by thought George Colvin to throw out tho exam- ties said she had a good record. The throat. The fish to be the largest caught In the papers of teachers of Taylor woman, Mrs. Mamie Tndor, was in ination Another, precounty. lie will order 11 new exam- Police Court on a breach of peace river at Drumheller. seen In to be reld at the charge, swore out by D. G. Gay, who sumably of the same size, was ination probably the water at the time this fish was same time that tho teachers of Ander- .charged that she had struck his son. Mrs. caught. son county, whose papers were thrown Henry. S, tearing his blouse. out recently, nre examined. Papers In Tudor said that the boy bad hit her boy and that tho clothes YOU tho same handwriting and Identical CANT GUT OUT answers to questions are some of the were turn when she attempted to evidences of cheating. stick from him. but you can dean them off promptly with wresta h $7,483,-915.S0, $022,-45(5.4d 7, rs i DOAN'S Wood-Forbe- two-we- No Mors Misery After Eating Just Takes Eaionlo h Six thousand bass were distributed by the fish and game commission in private ponds and streams from Brandenberg Dr. It. S. Tuttle, exto Henderson. ecutive agent of the fish nnd game commission, who was In charge of the work, left with the fish car suppliod with large and bass to bo placed In streams and ponds between Richmond and Williamsburg. Thirty thousand fish have been distributed this year from the state lisa hatchery, anil Dr. Tuttle expects to raise the figure to 170,000. lnrge-moutsmall-mouth Frankfort. Frankfon. The Rev. G. R. Combs, pastor of the Methodist Church at Shelbyvllle, made the principal adand you work the hone one time. dress at the Boohc Day celebration Does not blister or remove the held hero by the State Historical Sohair. $2.50 per bottle, delivered. ciety. Hie Rev. Mr. Combs, who is a Win tell you more if yon write. native of 'he mountains, spoke most Boole 4 R free. ABSORBINE. JR, entertainingly on "Ballads and Sonss the antiseptic liniment for mankind, reduces Varicose Veins, Ruptured of the Kentucky Mountains." MounCUadi. Wiu Mucin or linocsti. Ea!vi tain .songs including "The Hangman's 1L2S beck Allan Song" and "Surwood Mountain," were at aratctaa ORi.dcSrcrcd. uia odcUr. fries or sung by Miss WUIauna Smith and the V. .. Y0UNS. Inc.. 319 Tiajlt St, Ssrtnoflsld. Mais, Frankfort High School chorus. MI33 Lucy Markham Chlnn was the accont-panls- t. sen-cnt-- Hal-I.ma- non-sto- nt PESKY S Winchester. James W. Dunn, an in tho amount of taxes now being paid Is emnlove of a local csrage. was serl- occasioned, by the local tax rates re- jously Injured, nnd Miss Marie Petti: maining the same as In 1917 on nn In- and Alice Hammond, of Clay City, suf- creased assessment," Henry E James, feed minor Injuries when an aut.uno-state inspector and examiner, said in blle in which they were riding neaf a report to Gov E. P. Morrow on the Clay City ran over an embankment at stale tax commission. "In n very largo a bridge near Clny City and was number of counties," he continued, wrecketl. Dunn probably will recover. "the rates have been Increased, while Dunn wns driving a tfir belonging to the state rate has been lowered fro.u Clarence Bloointield, which he had bor-05 to 40 cents, except livestock and j rowed. He took the young womer. ridbank deposits, which have been low- ing and at a bridge two miles tlia ered to 10 cents." the city lost control of the car. Frankfort "The increase BETTER DEAD COLD MEDAL Life is a burden when tha body is racked with pain. Everything r ' worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine tales Jk. P. D. Q. P. D. . Km Bed KBfi, Readies Ants and Their Egg- - As Well cent package makes onn quart, enough to kill a million, and contains a patent spout free, to set them In the places. Tour Druggist bas It or can cet It Iw you. or mailed n re paid on receipt of jrrt; by the OWL CHEMICAL WORKS. Terre Haute, Ind Genuine P. D. Q. is never peddled. A Comedian in Hard Luck 1 CABBAGE rLANTSNOWfeEADY By mall. for rrtpaM. Jut the kind 12.10;tats planUnr . fi.io: l.ooo t.eoo m.co CooHflowor and Tomato. 100. COG. W. 1 UTERS. R. X 1IA83ILLON. OHIO. Berlin, reports the London Dally Express correspondent, has been suffering from a new strike of electricians. The government employed soldiers and its new force of technical volunteers to break the strike. Bitter feeling was aroused by the In the suddenness of the walkout. hospitals the lights were suddenly cat off while operations were being performed and In one case, it is said, a child bled to death in the dark on tho operating table. People also were exasperated at being obliged to walk home long distances In darkness as bad as London in The strike was not without its lighter Incidents. One small theater trousers war-time- .. managed to carry on with extemporized lighting. This failed In the middle of the second net, but tho audience came to the rescue with nnd the performance continued for some time successfully. When the leading comedian was due to nppear an awkward pause ensued, nnd this continued despite encouraging cries from the audience. Finnlly. a shadowy form appeared In the darkest portion of tjie stage, exclaiming' In agonized tones: "I can't find my pocket-torches, Monarch's Mummy Finally at Rest The mummy of the celebrated' Egyptian king, Barneses II, reposes In the Egyptian museum In Cairo. Tho mummy was first Interred at and was subsequently concealed from grave robbers in the where it was shaft ,at found in 18S1, nnd later removed to the museum mentioned. I, POSTSCRIPTS The world's railways are valued at Italians have gone back to Italy from the United States. A young man in Salem who has a fine head of hair has been going around hatlcss, but wearing gloves, all winter. New York Is a city of poor people striving desperately against rapid); climbing prices and rentals. The Golden Age. $25,555,000,000. Over 30,000 1" Every citizen of ancient Athens of was entitled to vota. twenty years of ag Strong claims for its easy riding qualities are made for a new automobile the suspension springs of which extend 15 Inches In front of and behind the axles Instead of being confined to the wheel base area. For five years Jack, a yellow cur, has kept a lonely wntch at the grave of his master, John Dlndore, at Hamburg. Pa., leaving only long enougt to obtain food in the neighborhood each day. Recently he was fount dead on the grave, having perished In a bllczard Tho nstiocal remedy of Holland for ortr 200 yors; it is an enemy of all pains from kidney, liver and nrlc add troubles. All druggists, thraa sizes. Look for tKa nam CaU MoIl mm tmrr box mod oxcopt do imifpftnq Clear Your Skin Girls! Girls!! With Cuticura Soap 25c. Oisiaicat 2S aal 59c, Talcsa 25c.