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Young was Monday. in Lexington By ft vote of two to one Congress oil on the free list. pjat-c.1. Leslie Hood, of Ashland, is visiting relatives here. A. Power will make pictures evMis Clara Arnold is the Saturday at his home on Route 1. friends in Ilopkitisvillo. ery l , piet it" Chns. Warren, of Ashland, IL S. Kiklin is confined to . attack of tonMlitis. the xuext of relative-- Iicrc last wcik his home Trith an Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Brother and Oranpe Te- - little son Richanl were in Lexington a Buy the best "' koc te&. Tuodav J.Tt. STKKLE Airs, l.ylc Kcddoii, after a vital to ami Java coftecj Miss Louise Heitz, has returned to , Ve handle Mocha her home nt Vallev View, the ost lilend the world over. R. C. BYRON Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Owsley hav returned from a visit to relatives at .Those who attended Mt. Sterllnj; court report a rather dull day. Car- Mis Ko-- e Jones, of Winchester, tie sold at 5c and 6c per pound. spent Sunday wtih her Mstcr Mrs. lack Conyers, who has bee eon- - Klovd Ross ' 'ev. ice-fe- to his room with flux and comflpleations, is convalescing. 1 I John Alfrey of Cogswell caught a featfish that weighed 31 pounds and Mlined - feer at T. Weddle has typhoid the home of her parents, Mr, md Mrs. J. T. Rolpli Mrs. I Miss Frances Klinger, of Pilts- - it for 1lsold $7.50. 'lurjr, l'a., is the guest of Jfiss Chris tine Anderson, of Forge Hill. J 'IS Leslie rloml, ot Aslilaiul, came Orange Pekoe tea the Monday to visit friends and relatives Golden Dream coffee. jImssI ice-tein Owiiiirsvillri and virinitv.- R"C. BYRON. i ' .. . uawson iJrotner urove over irbra ICE CREAM SUPPER Mt. Sterling Thursday evening to (tcre will be an ice cream supper pend a few hours with friends 'ht tinner White Oak school house Miss Kthel Myers returned Mon Saturday, July 23. day from a visit with our prices on coal, lumber. friends artd relatives at .Ashland, ,Vi cemcnt-befprbuying. Right MLmi Ijuise Ilcitz left Wednesday M prompt delivery. hfbra visit to her unele In. H. BeU.t YOUNG COAL CO and familv at Washington. D. C. a. - Bath County Business Mens' Asso ciation Holds Fl. st Meeting. .I a nicc'in of the B:h f.iutilv Biifiness Mens' Association held :it leir room over R. C. Byron's store, Wednesday evening, July '20 orgnni-zntmpleted as follows: a was R. W. Kincnid was elected president, R. Ammonium secretary and I.es- ie Shrout treasurer. By resolution was decided that one director be leeted for every live members. The present directors are Shaukliu Piper, Hndcn Lacy, Ford Patterson, E. L. Bvriui, J. U. Steele, Owingsville: A. II. Points Salt Lick, A. 0. Shrout, Snedcgar, Ke noldsville, Trntnbo Preston : Wyoming; S. V. .lolm-o- n. lyde Young, Ml unpin; .1. P. Ballin- cr Bethel. The total membership nt lis time is 45. A committee of three .is sipjHiinled lo wail upon (i recti arret! Federal Highway Commis si 'lier, lo ascertain fully and report sick the complete data of the Mid- nnd Trail project, what is expect I Bath county in this connection. Tliev were also instructed to confei ol with the roud commissi(ner Montgomery county relative to trie proceedings of Montgomery county on the same matter. Booster dele- ates were appointed for member- hip canvas of all towns and outly ing districts of the county. ii MUSICALE GIVEN BY EVERYBODY'S COM NG TO MISS EDNA BYRON, Mezzo MISS VERNA COOK, Contralto From the Cincinnati College of Music ASSISTEDD BY THE i Picnic Barbecuej -- AT HERE IS THE SHINGLE PARK 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 to 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 a ray flat. nail-heaspark-proof. if; .-- KIMBROUGH MISS ELAN ESTILL, Accompanist OWINGSVILLE Saturday, July 30th. From Hamilton College, Lexington, Ky. Owingsville, Ky., Admission 50c Thursday, July 28 Flemingsburg, Ky., Admissiou 50c Tuesday, August 2 Sharpsbug, Ky., Admission 50c Friday. July 29 FREE ! 8:15 I3. M. SPECIAL FEATURES FOR CANDIDATES There will .it a pie supper at house White O i ; s' night, also a b '? rallied lit. Thompson-Overly- DINNER BALL GAMES k- . ' E. L. & A. T. BYRON. MAYSLIOK the tvmCffSSTSK wom 38 Free Boust .Men's Ml SPECIAL TEACHERS' NATION. EXAMI the Rath County Business Association. BOYS BAND 38 ftjusieinns - four-week- e Ultkr Omar McQuithyr of Marion, Ind., .JBSConcert advertised for July ra-- c 10 ic uc .promises muntiia.v 10 visii menus aim Entertainments given here in a long! relatives here and oil Flat Creek i- ) NXBMvi4t -- ." - Brutus Kash son of Mrs. Laura Kash, of this town, and MLss Fannie Coyle, daughter of Wm. Coyle and wife, of near town were married at Winchester Saturday evening. Im mediately after the ceremony they took the train for 5rr. Hash's home at Keystone, West Virginia, where they will reside in the future. Mr. Kash is in every rcspeet a worthy ouns man of excellent business apacity. He has been very sue essfnl financially in his adopted home, while his bride is a very pretty oung woman of rare personal charm nnd accomplishments. She had been City in the Owingsville 1 teacher Schtxi'Vl some time where her'sd'r-vires wjil be greatly riiissed, .TI19 Sanrloealities. Alberta Piers, of Louisville, who is Outlook with Ik .ts of friends extend visitinc the family of Robert Crooks. congratulations nnd good wishes. 1 t. t uuamy I was , n j urucenw ui n..Mft:., at .he Outlook office MRS. GEORGE HAMILTON em weekly so as to . keep Monday. Mr. Piers was wounded The licml.i of all who knew her Choice home-kille- d esh stoek. ttle in the World war in France hidiest grade cured meats, at- .is sun on cruicnes. tie is a were bowed in grief when the iicwm ftibriv tail country produce at the shew qf Judge Thos. Payuter, de- - was received here of the death ot Rghest market price. A square deal I ascd, and is a newspaper trail and Mis. Allie Chilton Hamilton, wife or Retired and a share of your trade vas t a the Herald slaa before tiie Col. George (5. Hamilton, which at Memphis, Tenn., early on REESE WELLS. jrcciated. war. Thursday morning. Mrs. Hamilton ur iu J- - Ua,,y returned last wecic has for some time been in declining I Leo Brawn visit to bis pa lieatlh; r,hc passed through months ,r rf this place will leam with I 'nm "I it ua,,y anu ie, urotners of physical frailty with eabnness and ct 9f the death of Leo Brown, of -- mm, trw,t-u lnn t ana sisicrs ai UKianoma cuy. i;n foititude; her allletion wa.s like the Ift ' a it V - lne aociors parenw ceieorai metallurgist's few days ago. He RcinnatL Ohio, a tire upon previous lnc,r ?ll,en adding. All n. Rred with distinction throughout stones; it revealed the beauty and K V.orid war but has been an In- - "ildren, three lwys and three genuineness of her character. Mt. present, ine euuaren are aiw. Sterling :a : ttot-- f flu Kfton f-Advocate. C. McDowell nnd Wilson Duily 'he ended his army service. The teal was in Sharpsburg cemetery. Clinton, Oklahoma, H. J. Dailv, of BASE BALL SUNDAY. Owingsville Ky., J. M. Daily, Mus : The Morehead baseball team and kogee, Oklahoma, Mrs. M. II. .Green NEW MACHINERY a combination team composed of Owami Mrs. P. A. Tankersly, of Okla ingsville and Sharpsburg boys played !ll have received and have now in City " .. a ' i lioma an interesting game at Kimbrough equipmeui Spejauon an W. Lester, 7 shoe repairing, including machin- - Dr. J. Wa nM h who pilfJ Park Sunday afternoon. Morehead . lor at g ana an vlne by the death of his father; stored one run in the first inning and gry for dewing or nti another run was made until the requiring tew-- 1 reiurnea luesuay. tber'xinds ot wont ... I ... . 1 T"l 1 I I. 5 Iff xvuin rtrcnarus reiurneQJ Cth inning hLc! the co' bination Hut? or swc&uir. Ail worK uonei miss ; f.rst.fl.usa manner. Tuesday from visit to Sha whan team made one run. This was the enme ur.il the first half status f of the 8tlf inning when Morehead by rei! Miss Etta Stamper, who 4s em mndt . rr I 1 1 TTI.AV WIIVSK JEr to score, a.. th- - ga'i . el- i i i nioyea at nazara as a sienorrra , . I a auesaay ed with the seore, 3 to 1 in favor of nner ana typist, came m Ai AHD WILL to spend her vacation with her Morehead. IMAYSUCK BOYS parents David btamper and wife. PLAY HERE JULY 30 Guy Lacy, who has been for of Mt. Sterling Several car-loaMayslick Boys' Band will play eicht months at a hospital under j business boosters were hero one dav ilPe " Klh. Picnic at Kimbrough's Park ST- 'aSt n 0j,pa came home Tuesday. a aamuer ot uoj B..uu.o duiy ou. im iuiic His "J ginraay, fm forward in nicnics as this is I health is somewhat imnrnvprl. the echoes with their bugles and jSfirst time that a first class con-- 1 These business men other nois. , rT-,-. 1 1 T a! nnm. nn. inn .1 n l.Mnlnn I 1 1 P -J .i that it . u.w .'nc itm uunu uuve j.uuuu uii. Iiunii SIX lianu oer piacu bd vumwt i Owingsville. Tliere U- th Business Mens Asecinlion. pays to advertise nnd avail t'lem musicians in the band dressed J Such ssociations have been of in- - t tlves o evjry opporiunii' to SraS uniforms and it is hoped I oi.eulaVle benefit to o.iier places .nd their business by this means. Sbody in Owingsville Trill be able I and it Tjll be a great help to ath Owingsville merchants should profit ' v. ts I county; ' by tueir example. Ibem. Kim Dirkerson, of near Harrods burg, was in town shaking hands Supper. willi friends Mnndav supper EThere will be an Miss Martha Darsey, who has fiflBcynoldarille school house Friday been the guest of Miss Lucille Vice, KgliMnly 25. has returned to her home at Loui The drouth seems to be not only !! .1 and farm- Statewide but world-widMiss Virgaline Byron entertained Tg Will Ilnu use lor an Ilmrsday night informally in Jionoi "eatf surpl of her cousin Miss Maude McGincty, f Indiananolis. ier bemc used by a negro I hv whwas cfeaninc the 6x10 feet i "M. ,.Anderson, ot Prttshurg, Pa., , . a .flt elftM window in front of Irt n,sspenuing Mrs-coupie 01 neeK wim molner na' Anaerson, ot ovle'. nool room slipped, throwing rpre Hill Kt boy. through the window and I Estill, of Franklin county, ireaking the glass into many piecet. J. spent Monday with his niece Mrs. Health officer Dr. Walden was call- - I c Byron and will go from here f to Licking Union school Tuesday to Fleming county to visit relatives, ivaccinate the pupils and other J. J. Nesbitt, wife and slaughter ople of the immediate neighbor- Mrs. W. P. Strader left Monday to fo&i. Diphtheria is reported in oth- spend the remainder of Ihe summer fbcliools of the county. at their summer home at Ludding- ton, Michigan. .windstorm of considerable se- Dr. J. H. Taulbee and wife and enti passed over a narrow strip of cmntry two jniles southwest of town rrank Kelly and wife, of Lexington I Iridav. Manv trees were blown down stopj)eil over here Saturday to see fpartof John Hughes' barn was frieuijs They .ware. otf jtljeir Jwayfto eked and corn badly damaged In pcml bunday a Olympian: Springs, let-Crea- m 1 e, Rme, t)n Friday and Saturday, July 2U ml 311. a special examination for tcHchcn-- ' elementary ctrtificatcs will e held at the City School building, wingsvilV, Ky. (Jrndcs of S5 per t more obtained 011 any ' y rpplicnnts in the May and u:ic exJiiiMiatior.s of this year amy i. be accredited in this social Those who obtained at the 1st examination certilicaies of Hie ci t ui grain nave 111 mis cmiiiiiiii. to trj for lirsl n t'le rado ccrtilicates by taking only ioe subjects in which they made i than 85 kt cent on other exnm- luttu'n. Examination begins prompt- ifttiight o'colck Fee .$2.00 It. W. KLVCAII). Sup!. Bath County Schools. cx'nml-nutioi- the candidates cannot be 110111- - olliee inJtlic pnnary clco- Trav Overly, who ha been making tion, but they will all know that "one his home in the Flat Creek neighbor-'n- - Icg is longer thant really ought to d, and Miss George AniiThomp- - be.' The son were married Saturday. ride has made her home with .the la.itily of J. M. Steele since her will Mr. and Mrs. Overly nake their home near Spencer, in ip. ted t1 Children- Admitted 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. 1 !AT TI-I-E it Miiiitgoincry. Cream is 33c now. Your patronage will be appreciated. Beatrice Creamery Company. OTCTHEATRE This Friday night we will run CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "T1ULBY," a fine play. ThU Saturday George Beban in JAMES B. STEELE Owingsville, KentuCKy. Kash-Coy- le . Raymond Horseman night com; Operator. "THE ITALIAN" jl The person George Beban is one of the greatest living a' property of the Jate character actors and surely the, best on the Beginning MONDAY, JULY 11, I will es Alice li. Dillon will screen. In "The Italian" he at his best. be sold to the high- The critici have called "The 'Italian" "A p!. that lifts you out tablish an auto line from Owingsville to h rough it's est bidder Saturday, of your chair;lump atoplay that makes ayou laug: makes your tears Paris via Mt. Sterling. and'brings a the throatdts play that the dimples Julv 23,1921, at two catch the tears." ESPA MAZE y Sale A NEW PASSEGER LINE o'clock n. m. at the late home Of the dec edent. Fakmkrs Trust Co., Admimstratork' i Don't miss this wonderful picture. Pr.r t -- get the prizes to be givpn away by the merchants and busint- - c - prizes of 1.00 ights, one prize to $25.00 given away every Friday and Satu u each night. Watch the show windows of the for tho prizes to be given each following week, and thank re merchants and business men and women for the interest they ave taken in giving prizes and boosting the picture. Show, i iCdriieitorfh&bictturte y yoa will tshow money's worth The coqlest Iplnce in town. Admission only .10c, and T'lltltittoJ . i"-e- s w ihmi m , m mmm iii a mM t .arid-surol- get.-you- r 20.'S' i TLis hos4 was model a -- LAST MONTH, on i9i a bet. re"1'n,M, tiresiiii "! ' 1a ired for ' the summer.' "Db" 'not throw th; m awiiv. J,et us make new ones out of tl eni for you for half price of new tires. All work warranted. CROOKS & STAMPER. Ur-inp- j' youi:. old and-lmve-'the- tfui ?w EARL B. THOMPSON OF A familiar. AND DELICIOUS smclL; iwo-weei- ra is A . WITH THE boys up home. I CANDIDATE FOR SPENT a night. WHICH TIPPED mo ott, 1 1 ALONE IN tho old. HAUNTED HOUSE. AND WHEN I heard. MOANS AND groans. I gave the ghost. THE HORSE laugh, SO I CL'ERK OF Till? 1 H .,-- s AND SAID "Ed. YOU FAT guys. SAID Tho wind." MAKE BUM ghosts. BUT BEFORE you fad LEAVE WITH mo ono. OF YOUR cigarettes. THEY SATISFY." Bath Circuit Court 1 AND TRIED to sleep. I HEARD rapplngs. ie ,i AND SAID "Rats." AND ROLLED over. Subject lo the Democratic party primary election August G, 15C1. Your support and influence respectfully solicited. THEN I halt-solin- AND IN heard steps, tho light. arom THAT spicy, delicious Turkish tobaccos, both f2,tife 1 OF A dying moon. XA ti-- .... 1 WHITE spook roso; I WASN'T scared much. BUT DIDN'T feel like. STARTING ANYTHING. BUT THEN I caught i and Domestic, makes you almost hungry for the "satisfy-smoke.- " And thcro isn't a ghost of a chance you'll ever find- its equal anywhere for tho Chesterfield can't be copied. Have you AIR-TIGH- blend is an exclusive blend. ccn the new tint of SO? It JUST A faint whiff. T S While you are Buying get the Best Hart, Schaffner & Marx CLOTHING -- Xth Tf r- X Chesterfield Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. Stacy-Adam- s ' ... Shoes They go .o ether AND LACYAXWMS ... CO. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Kentucky News Cullings An mpltoma of the most portant events transpiring throughout tne state Whltosburg. A company of state millna Is being organized In Whltcs-Imrby I'rof. Henry Holbrook and Kllhu It. Adincion. of Collv. Tho now company will hare a membership or sixty-uve. im- Mlddlcsboro. A body, supposed to be that of Roy Sasser. was found near Cumberland Gap. It lore three bullet wounds. Police, who are Investigating the ense, base their belief on a tag on the trousers which reads. "Lynch Tailoring Co., Roy Sasser. Date 11-1- Number GS.aj'i" Covington. W. U Riddle, 72 years old, eJitor of the Roono County Recorder, diod suddenly at his home at RurHngtcm, Ky. He was an, uncle of Jttdge N. S. Riddle, of Roono County. Mr. Kiddle had been the editor and imMisher of the Recorder more than tUkty years. Resides Judgo Riddle, ne is survived by his widow. FrsHkfort. James Armstrong, who was settt to the State Reformatory for toi years rer holding up F. J. Ilelnts, a jewoier of Islington, nttempted to ciHHHiit suicide. He cut his throat and Ms wrist with a safety razor, but prompt medical attention prevented any serious results. Rad headaches, Armstrong said, caused him to attempt suicide. Hickman. Oil saturated lime rock IMMs the Roney, Mitchell & Rruer oil well, west of Hickman, and near Reel-foLake, in line for the pay. This is a lsoftl concern. Continued oil showings in a brown lime formation this weM, drilling at a dctU of 2,040 feet, near Reel foot Lake, constitute what probably Is tfie most favorable sign of any well that has been started In that 1 territory. ."f - Sparta, Rurled underneath an overturned freight car, Preston Robinson. 13, was killed instantly here. The boy was rtanding Reside the track in front of the station when Kastbound L. & N. Freight Train No. 72 was derailed as it approached the town. The rails wore tern up for a distance of 150 feet ami several cars turned over. Wrecking crews were Immediately dispatched to the scene. Rowling Green, Several thousand people attended the dedication by Gov lu ' Still Smaller Airplanes. The "scooter" of the air seems about to become on accomplished fact, wo learn from Flight. A young French designer, M. Louis Goubert, has Just completed the designs for n very small machine,1 which will be driven by an engine of only ten housepower. The machine Is to be a tra'tor, with the pilot entire'.? Inclosed In the fuselage, which will he provided with windows. The wing loading Is to be ten kilograms per square meter (about two pounds per square foot), ami the maximum speed Is estimated at 50 miles Frankfort. Superintendent of Pubper hour, with a landing1 speed of lic Instruction Georgo Colvin ad about 20 miles per houTNtA model of dressed a letter' to The Three States, "Nor was there any grounds for any Tractor Plant Purchased. the machine Is, It Is ; fated, to be n paper of MIddlcsboro, calling atten- such statement. "Some of the papers Indianapolis, Ind. Elwood Haynea, tested by M. Eiffel before the actual tion to the fact that Will Hays Is hold- of some of the applicants indicated Kokomo, and other capitalists there, machine Is built ing the office of county school super- eolluslon and probably copying. This, and George Murott, Indlannpolls, intendent witliout qualifying. No state however, applies to a few of the appll bought the Holton Tractor Company, Chance for a Debate. funds can be sent to Bell county for cants only." Superintendent Colvin Indianapolis, and will Incorporate the An Atchison man swears but doesn't the opening of the schools, scheduled ended his letters by urging that Su Hayncs Tractor Company, capital, for next month, under the existing cir- perintendent Sapp's teachers under $2,000,000. The Holton tVjnpany mis mean It. Another Atchison man prays cumstances. Hays vrsfs appointed su- stand that the state department of been In the bunds of a receiver. Tlie hut doesn't mean It. The Lancaster perintendent of Bell county to fill out education has "not tlie least desire" to new company will move tha plant to Literary Society Is respectfully rethe unexpired term of his. brother. He make any reflection on them; that Kokomo. Creditors of tie Holton quested to decide which of the two has net qualified for the office and un- Taylor county applicants made "bet Company received about $100,000 men Is worse than the other. Atchider the circumstances no valid teach- ter than average grade and he con worth of 7 per cent cumuli, tlve pre- son Globe. ers examination can be held In (lie gratulates both Superintendent Sapp ferred stock of the now orgrnlzatlon. Squaring the Circle. county, teachers can not be legally em- and Professor Graves, Instructor, on Troop Barber "I Just paid the tailor ployed, contracts legally made or sal- this fact I owed him." Exchange Welcomes Grain Inquiry. the two-bit- s ary schedule legally submitted, Ool-vi-n Chicago. The campaign ,of the Sergeant "And he Just paid me the said. Frankfort. There are 1,076 soldiers Grain IValers' National AsoclatIott s he owed me; so here's the and 1,220 widows on the Confederate against the grain pooling plan of I owe you." Hoof Prints. two-bit- s Frankfort. At a meeting of the pension rolls, according to State In Unittd States Grain Grower, Inc.,the Is State Highway Commission It was de- spector and Examiner Henry E. James, as open as the day, and uny InformaInsects That Dive. cided to call upon Governor Morrow who filed with Governor Morrow a tion Congress might n Among the natural curiosities of want will be to appoint a commission to prepare report covering an Investigation of the speedily forthcoming, R. I. Mansfield, are singing Insects. The most legislation for a permanent road fund. Department of Confederate Pensions association's Execu- prized of these Is a black beetle named The commission also considered the from December 1, 1917, to May 31, Chairman of thesaid. tive ComniUtee, Hit announce- "susumushl," which means "Insect complaint of road camp superintend1921.' On August 1, 1918, the law In was in connection with a resoluboll." The sound that It emits resements to the effect that prison labor creasing the monthly pension rate ment Introduced In tion little silver bell. is only about CO per cent efficient, from $10 to $12 became effective. The Senate by Senator the United States bles that of a Kenyon, which the Superintendents contond Is law made an Increase In the annual culling for an Investigation. of Iowa, New Weapon for War on Rats. due to lack of on the part amount paid of approximately $50,000. The exhaust of an automobile has of the guards. The board agreed to For the year 1918 the total penslou used In driving seen successfully investigate the complaints which In payment, was $G40,3S0.0S; for 1910, Unionization Back of Strike. jwny rats which resisted all prevlons the future will be turned over to State $370,455.CC, and 1920, $344,902.73. The Washington. In tho opening' hour gas was turned Into one Highway Engineer Boggs. The com- total annual payment at this time is of Its Investigation tho select Senate jfforts. The the rat holes and the rodents mission accepted a loan of $100,000 about what It was two and one-hacommittee investigating conditions In if from Harlan County to be used on the years ago, notwithstanding the two the West Virginia coal Melds, elicited (enmpered out of others. road between Bell and Letcher coun- dollars per month Increase in the rate, from spokesmen for operators itnd for Term Recklessly Employed. g ties. Providing federal fuuds are Between the February and May quar the miners the admission that the vir"A number of officials have motor a loan of $40,300 from Living- terly payments of this year twenty tual warfare there centers about n cars provided for tbem by the govston County Is to be used on the cen- eight soldiers and fourteen widows of the fields. "You propose to ernment." tral highway from Eddyvllle toward died. 'The most rigid economy," In unionize tho district and tho operators res," replied Senator Sorghumj Sralthland, and a loan of $35,000 from spector James said., "Is practiced In propose that you shall not," Senator we know we are goMontgomery County for four and one-ha-lf the Pension Department, and I have Kenyon said, to the miners. They re- "the first thing ing to hear of some honest, hardmiles from the Clark County line no fault to find and no criticism to plied Id the altlnuutive and the operworking automobile salesman being to Alt. Sterling, on the Midland TralL make." . ators nodded. criticised as a lobbyist" (Hot-nndtwo-bitJa-pnlf forth-cominunion-izat'o- of the Western Kentucky State Normal School on Normal Heights. The governor congratulated J. Whit Potter and tbe other members of the board of regents on their honest expenditure of the money entrusted to them by the state. President Cherry was congratulated upon the achievement of another of his Ideals and wished for Irfm the realization of further Ideals, expressing a wish further that through tills building finer and nobler teaching efforts may reach the children of Kentucky. Rowling Green. Wm. rendegrass waived his examining trial before City Judge S. D. Hlnes on a charge of shooting his brother-in-law- , Frank Thomas, horso trader, with a shotgun. LAID Thomas was fined $25 and costs for whipping his wife, a sister of I'ende-grasanil was held to tho September grand Jury on $200 bond. Ho Is charged with having liquor In his pos- OFFERS OF FIST FIGHT RING IN SENATE, WHERE BONUS BILL session for sale. BRINGS CHALLENGE. Louisville. Dedication of the new pavilion at the Kentucky Stale Fair grounds, which was erect- Soldier Relief Measure Is Buried In With ExeCommittee Harding's ed by volunteer labor of members of cuted By Republicans, With Few the Louisville Airedale Club and the Changes From Partiian Alignment. State Fair Kennel Club, took place when an open dog show under tho sanction of the American Kennel Club Western Newspaper t'liion Nws Service. was held. More than elghty-fivdogs Wn.shlni.-tim-. Amid a turbulent of different breeds and classes were In which tho lie was pubsciI mid entered at tho show, which was attwo Senators tilimixt nnie to blown, tended by more than 200 poople. the soldier bonus bill wits laid tinny Frankfort. Expressing a willing- by the Semite to rest in committee ness to "confess publicly and openly" until the President bus itrcnniplMicd when in the wrong, but declaring ho his program of 'retrenchment and will not remain passive under an "un- economy." The voto was 17 to 29. just and uncnlled-fo- r criticism," Gov- The early obituaries were conducted ernor Morrow, In a statement, defend-e- d with the tranquility that usually athis action in granting a pardon to tends such ceremonies, but wild disorTurley Stewart, a young Tennessee der began when Senator Porter .1. of North Dakota, Republican, boy, who wns recently convicted nnd sentenced to one year In the peniten- author of the bill. In n tiary by a Graves County Jury, speech tried to explain that the meascharged with stealing an automobllo. ure was not dead, but merely was gofor u rest. "If I had the Turley Stewart case to ing back to tle Il would "walk again." the Senator pass on again," said Governor Morrow, "I would Issue the pardon Juss predicted, when impending tariff and as I did." tax legislation had been passed and tlie refunding of the allied debt had exLouisville. Ry unanimous vote the been arranged for. The fuse to the Crescent Hill Fordward Club adopted plosion that engulfed the Semite a mon resolution calling upon the newspa- ment l.Hw was touched off by Senator pers of Louisville and all civic organi- Joserh T. Robliisnn, of Arkansas, Demzations to sponsor a plan for the crea- ocrat, who objected to the continuation of a public fund to be devoted to tion of tlie speech, railing It a "funeral the expense of special prosecutions in oration" nnd an "apology" for Senator action on the bill. criminal cases that overtax tho workSenator Robinson's objections preing staff In the commonwealth attorwrangle, In ney's office. The plan of the club calls cipitated a for the naming of a committee to des- which the feeling became Intense, nnds ignate the cases where the need of a all the political nnd personal nnlmosl-tieexisting In the chamber received a special prosecutor is apparent. The The climax resolution was introduced by Judge T. thorough ventllutUin. A, Murrell, president of the club, who came when Senator srKJuiTier, at the Senleft the chair to point out the merits close of a bitter excitant? Y'lth Demator James A. Reed, of Missouri, of the proposal. ocrat, Invited the latter to go outside The challenge wns to settle Frankfort. Under the provisions of provoked the Issue. when Senntor Reed, using the rehabilitation act passed by Congress Kentucky will hnve $22,000 the the McCumber stntement us his theme, enactfirst of July to train cripples in Indus- endeavored to show that If the try and others for civil employment. ment of legislation depended on the foreign debts, tly years If the state Is able to match the fed- refunding of or more would pass before eral appropriation. Labor Is back of the bill, as is the Kentucky Manufac- received a bonus. getting to habit "It seems to be turers' Association. If tlie state vocadechamber." tional board is able to raise $5,000 or In this hotly, "when Senator Iteed I make it stnteclared $0,000 It will be able to begin the trainup ing of cripples In Industry before the ment of fact, for somebody to gy;t say It Is not true. That habit may next legislature meets, at which a bill andIndulged In once too often one of will be submitted providing for an he appropriation to match tlie federal these tine days." fund. Over 15,000 cases are handled yearly by the Workmen's CompensaFour Burn To Death. Oakland. Cal. An airplane from tltc tion Board, and of the number at least 2,500 are men who have received perJacuzzi Brothers airplane fin.tory In manent Injuries. Under the rehabili Rerkeley fell ut Modesto, killing the tation act men permanently Injured pilot and three assengers, accordln? to word received here. The ulrplane will be retrained for civil employment. wis piloted by "Bud" Coffey, commercial pilot, and the passengers were Campbellsvllle. In a letter received Jacuzzi, builder of the George E. Sapp, of the icre t. unci John Kauke :tril A. Muo Taylor County Roard of Education employes of the Jnquzzl works from State Superintendent Geo. Col vin, the latter denies published re The machine caught tire In midair, ports that the examination from Tay and In fulling struck a blgh voltage lor county "as a whole" had been clectr'c wire. The occuipints of tho thrown out. "There never was any machine were burned almost beyond Intention of throwing out all the pa recognition. pers from Taylor county," he said. BONUS BILL IS "KINGS" WHO NEVER REIGNED Two Frenchmen Born to Hjh Plac Were Forbidden by Destiny to Occupy Their Thronet. French history records nt least twe "kings," who never sat on the throne of the proud Itourhons The tlrs't wns the unhappy Louis XVII. tho "Lost Dauphin." second son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, victims of the Revolution. After tlie guillotining of Ids parents he became natural heir to the throne. Ills fate was n most pitiful one, according to clironkiers. for ln was delivered by tlie Revolutionist1! oer to n brutnl shoemaker und ulllinptcl- - died of neglect. After liN death a multitude ol clutmaiits to the Krenih throne arose, some claiming to be the dauphin himself, others the next of kin. It was even rumored that the dauphin hod escaped to Americn and lived there In the person of tine Klenzor Williams an Episcopal minister. Another throneless "king" was Napoleon Francis Charles Joseph Bona parte, known ns Napoleon 11, only son of the Illustrious Napoleon I nnd Marie Louise. On Ins second "abdication" after Witerloo, Napoleon I told the senate: "I nbilicnte In favor of my sou." Rut the Irench senate took no notice of Napoleon II nnd called to the throne Louis XVIII, last of Ihc Bourbon line. Thereupon, II. then 'tut four years old wns taken by his mother to Vienna, where her fother still reigned ns emperor of Austria. By the treaty of Paris, three years later. It was decreed that Napoleon II should never Inherit the domain of his mother. As .t recompense he wns created duke of Relchstadt, with the rank of Austrian prince. He died as n result of violent exercise. In his twenty-firs- t year, nnd wns Interred In thi royal tomb at Vienna. Swan Song. Mnny authorities both ancient and modern could be quoted tn nupport of the opinion that the swan "dies so Joyfully that ho sings sweetly when he dies," observes a correspondent; but only one need be given here. It Is from Coleridge, and should carry conviction to all reasonable people: Swans Bins Lefor they dl; 'twere no bad thins Shou'd certain persons die before ther lnp. IMPROVED ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine CATS CONFINED TO GRANGE" TO REST SimdaySchool T .By REV Chicago Man Reports Success in Novel Plan for Keeping Pete From Straying Far Afield. Another western Idea was adapted to city uses the other day when a south-shiewho once rode the range on the Colorado plateaus, staked out his cats to keep tbem at home. The plan worked fine and now the feline animals get the air every day at the ends of tether ropes. The cat owner found that every time he opened the cellar door the pets made a break for the open, frequently staying away for days and returning with blackened eyes and scratched hides. He thought of the tether plan, but the first trial was not a success, as the cats slipped the nooses from ("heir necks. He then plan and tied evolved a the heavy string to one of the cat's hind legs, attaching the other end of the string to a stake driven In the hark yard. This system proved effective and now every day three of the cats take their exercise around their tether stakes. Chicago Journal. r, seml-hohbl- e BACK GIVEN OUT? Is s doll, constant baeklehr slowiag you up? Are you tired and schy tortured with sharp, itabbicz pains! Do you find it impossible to be happy or enjoy your work? Then, look to year kidneys! When they weaken, the system becomes overloaded with uric aeid and backache, sharp pains, headaches, dizzy spells and urinary disorders naturally follow. Help your kidneys with Doan' Kidney Pills. Doan't hsre brought new health to thou sands. Lesson V II T P. D . Teacher of Engllah lllbls In the Moodr Bible Inttltulo of I'lilmKo.) (S. 1921, Westnrn Newspaprr Union.) g LESSON FOR JULY 24 Beware! Unless you see the name 'Bayer" on package or on tablets you :l!b-.LR3SON TEXT Acts OOI.DKN TEXT Thou art the Christ, are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for twenty-on- e 16:lt. the Son of thr thingKEFKHKNCE MATERIAL Acta IS: yenrs and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer Telling Othrra package PRIMARY TOI'IC-Sa- ul for Colds, Headache, Neural About Jesua. Winning Others gia, rheumatism. Earache, Toothache, JUNIOR T0PlC--8aLumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin to JeMia. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of AsOettlng Rrady for a New Career. pirin cost few cents. Druggists also TOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOFIC sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the -- Saul Dtglns His Ministry. trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of of Sallcyllcacld. I. Saul Preaching Christ In Damaa. Monoacetlcacldester sus (vv. After Saul was baptized he remained GROW HIGHLY PRIZED COTTON :ertnln days with the believers In DaHow beautiful to Virgin Islands Produce mascus (v. mi). Variety That Is Almost Extinct think of the transformation which In the United States. took place ! one who was so passionately bent on the destruction of the Cotton raising has become one of disciples was now enjoying fellowship the principal Industries of the Virgin with them. Islands. Uncle Sam's newest territorial 1. Straightway preaching In the synagogue (v, 2D.) Saul, like every one possession, according to Bulletin No. 1. who Is really converted, begins to tell Sen Island Cotton In St. Croix, of the Virgin Islands agricultural experiment of the newly found Savior. Every Christian should be taught that It Is his station. Just Issued by the United business ns soon as saved to help to States Department of Agriculture. , cotton, the save others. variety which has been ren2. The people amazed (v. 21). They almost extinct In continental been dered knew that the very one who-ha- d United States by the boll weevil. Is ringleader In persecuting the Christhe basis of the Virgin Islands Industry. tians In Jerusalem and had come to The area devoted to It, while as yet Damascus for the express purpose of small, produced an average yield of bringing them bound to the chief 1.000 pounds of seed cotton to the acre priests, was now passionately advo- In 1019 and 1020. One of the plats at cating that which he had so vehe- the government experiment station mently sought to destroy. produced at the rate of 4,450 pounds (v. 22). Saul 3. The Jews confounded of seed cotton. .etlred Into Arabia for three years. During this time he was taught the During the War. full truth of his mission (Gal. 1:17. Tlease help an unfortunate man," In spiritual whined the beggar. IS). Saul Increased strength and confounded the Jews, "What's the matter with you?"' proving that Jesus wns not only the asked the crusty old gentleman. Son of God. but their Messiah. Ills "I was Injured during the wnr.1 proof, no doubt, was by citation from "Don't you try to make me believe show-.n- g lie Old Testament prophecies, you are a war hero." that the life, deoth and resurrec"I didn't say that, sir. and I wouldn't tion of Jesus exactly paralleled them, try to Impose on a gentleman who's as' lliat Christ died and rose again from smart as you are," said the beggar, the dead, no one then could deny; the with an Insinuating air. "I was struck transformation of Saul from a hater by a truck In the fnll of 1917." Birto an anient witness was a proof mingham which could not be gainsaid. II. Saul Escapes From tho Jewi Consistent Attitude. (vv. "What are your opinions on this He used the Scriptures Kith such momentous question?" skill that the Jews could not answer "I haven't changed my mind," rehim. Finding that the argument was plied Senator Sorghum. against them, the Jews took counsel "But I don't know what your opinhow they might destroy Saul. So In- ions were." tent were they upon killing hfm that "I mean that I haven't changed my they uatched the gates of ibt city day mln-- ' about refusing to go on record nnd night that they might take him. on the subject until my constituents When this was known to the disciples make It absolutely necessary." they let him down nt night In a basket by the wall. III. Saul Visits Jerusalem (vv. C.o.l.-Matt. 10b-22Long-Staple Sea-Islan- d much-prizedlong-stapl- e Age-IIeral). An Ohio Case trouble tnat had about used me up. I ached from the small' of my back up Into the back or my bead. I was dizzy and nervous and waa awfully weak and coma naraiy do any work. I had different tried remedies ktdnev when a friend persuaded me to sive Doan's a trial. They entirely cured me." Ct Doaa's at Aay Stan. 60c a Bat CO. BUFFALO. IAUL PROCLAIMS JESUS AS THE CHRI6T. mm, I. Smith. aMrs. Ohio, St. Walnut says: "W. Xe-nl- a, "I bad kidney o pot-inorto- Invented Telephone Switchboard. In Boston, at the age of Goto your druggist or dealer eighty-two- , rescued from comparative and ask for package of obscurity the came of Dr. Thomas Benjnmln Doollttle, who originated the telephone switchboard and was ' among the earliest telephone engineers. Doctor Doollttle possessed a medal and get relief, with no bad from tho Franklin Institute of Philadelphia for having originated the procafter effects. You can depend ess of producing copper upon White Caps. Then contain wire, nnd he Is credited with having no narcotic of prohibitive drugs. originated the first car fare registerTrial Sb 10 eta. Resnlix Size S cts, ing device. CO QtLBEST BBOS. Baltimore, XaV Ills denth DOAN'S USSS? NEURALGIA? FOSTEX-mLBUR- K. Y. wire cm Skin Tortured Babies Sleep a hand-draw- n free-for-a- "Roar" of an Ostrich. lecturer at the London "Zoo" said that very few people knew that an ostrich roared. The roars of an ostrich and a Hon were so alike that Dr. Livingstone could never distinguish the difference, save by the fact that the bird roared by day and the A Mothers Rest After Cuticura So? 2Sc, Omtswat 25 sad 50e,tscssa 2Sc lion by night Scientific American. FARMERS ARE WORKING HARDER V JVI thea-oldler- s bu We have Plato's assurance that Apollo reveals to swans before their death the good things he has In store for them, and therefore "they sing and rejoice ns they die." There Is a tradition that Pan haunts the tall n reeds around the loch, and It is that he can deal very severely with anyone who shows too much curiosity about himself or his friends. well-know- And using their feet more than ever before. For all these workers the frequent use of Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic, healing powder to be shaken into the shoes and sprinkled in the, foot-batincreases their efficiency and insures needed physical com- T-.L fnrf IT...'. ..1 ..... A-- "-- " itat; IMC, kUC f IlCUUa Jrom the . Shoe, keeps g the shoe from rub- v. r. imuAi iuc iiwAiugs ii u in wearing, zresn-en- s the feet, and prevents tired, aching and blistered feet. Women everywhere are constant users of Allen's FootEaK. Don't get foot sore, get Allen's FootEase. More than One Million five hundred thousand pounds of Powder for the Feet were used by our Army and Navy during the war. Sold everywhere. Does not blister or remove ths hair and hone can he worked. Pleasant to use. $2.50 a bottle, delivered. Describe your caiev c, lor special inimcuaai ua nw ABSORDtNE. JP tsejejtle Bstoest ft suakiiA' toctt Strata. riUht Kuctrf-- SnlKm Vdu. CW tnud oalr s lev trast RilK4 tt u tnOcsaa. " J7 Reduces StraiaetL Puffy Aaklts, LympBaagiti, Poll Evil. FistaU, Boils, Swellings; Stops Lcaeaets ard allays pain. Heals Sores, Cuts, Braises, Boot Chafes. It is a SAFE MTISEPT1C AID GERMICIDE inii SUS per beds W. f. YOUNG. ualcnntttt, tgri9tl4. Inc., Tmls It, Ill i t This Journey to Jerusalem was In strange contrast with the one from Jerusalem to Damascus. The one wqs the leader of an Important expedition under the authority of the Jewish officers with the prospect of a place of distinction In the councils of the Jewish nation. Now he Is an outcast, disowned by his countrymen, nn'd fleeing for his life. 1. Suspected by tbo disciples (r. 20). The believers at Jerusalem had not heard fully about Saul's conversion. They knew nothing of his sojourn 'In Arabia and his preaching at Damascus after his return, so tHcy regarded hlra as a spy. "Part of the Is the difficulty penalty of wrong-doinof restoration In the good opinion of honorable men." But It ts Infinitely better to be regarded with suspicion when genuinely true than to be trusted as genuine when a hypocrite. 2. Burnabas' confidence" In Saul (v. 27). He was a man filled with the Holy Spirit (Acts 11:24); therefore, able to discern the reality of caul's conversion. He was In reality a "son of consolation." nd In this Instance showed 'his kindly spirit. 3. Saul In fellowship with the disciples (v. 28). They went In and out together. Peter received him into' hi home, since his object In going t Jerusalem was to see Peter (Gal. 1:18) He abode with him 15 days. 4. Saul disputing with the Grecians (t. 20). He was not content to merely visit with the brethren; he spoke boldly tn the name of the Lord Jesua g Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It Bum Joje. "Good morning, merry sunshine 1' exclaimed the Jolly Jester as he waltzed up to the window and passed one through to the teller. "Say, I Just thought of a funny one. 'Why Is a teller?' Ha I ha ! 'What does a tellsr tell?'. Funny, ain't It. huh?" "Yep." said the tpller. "I got the answer once, anyhow. The teller tells ' when your account Is overdrawn I" And he passed the check back with Richmond . a mirthless chuckle. Times-Dispatc- Western Canada offers to home seekers uwui timtries that can not be secured elsewhere. The thousands of fanners (ram the United States who hare accepted Canada's seaerous o3er to settle oa FREE homesteads or buy farm land la her provinces have been well repaid by bountiful crops. There la stiU available oa easy tenaa land similar to that which through many years has yielded zrosa 20 to 45 bushel of wheat to the acre oats, bailey and flax also In great abundance, while rBlaisa) horse, caul, sheep and hoga is equally Datable. Hundreds of fanners m Weston isada have raised crop in a amate season worth more than the whole cost ot their land. With such success comes prosperity, ffood homes aixi all the comforts and conveniences which cuke life worth brine Land of Prosperity FeriHaLanlatSIf rf$3tMiKi S ! Applicants for Insurance Often Rejected. Christ IV. Saul Sent to 29b. 30). A conspiracy similar Tarsus (vv. to the one at Damascus was formed against Saul When the brethren knew of It tbej sent him to Tarsus. Saul's life Is lc danger everywhere except among th Gentiles. He Is now hack to theplaci of his birth. The first and best placi for ono's testimony Is In his borne When In Tribulation. When thou art In tribulation, ant all these things are come upon thee even In the tatter days. If thou tun to the Lord thy God. and shalt be obe dtent unto Ills voice (for the Lord thj God Is a merciful God), he will no) forsake thee. Deuteronomy, 4:30, 31 A Sabbath Thought. O come, let us worship nnd bow down; let ub kneel before the LoH our Maker. For He Is our God; an Judging from reports from druggists who are constantly in direct touch with the public, there is one preparation that has been very successful in overcoming these conditions. The mild and healing influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of success. An examining physician for one of the prominent Life Insurance Companies, in an interview on the subject, made the astonishing statement that one reason why so many applicants for insurance are rejected is because kidney trouble is so common to the American people, and the large majority o'f those whose applications are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease. Refuge in Silence. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is on sale Mary Jlnrcla had come to spend the at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish day with relatives and bad been told first to test this great preparation send not to leave the yard. ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingham-toDuring the morning she spied some, X. Y., for a sample bottle. When little folks nt ' a distance and went writing b sure and mention this paper. off. I had been telling her how naughty It wns to go out of the yard, when Large English Cathedral. nest-doo- r neighbor Joined the The new cathedral, now being built our group. In Liverpool, England, when completed Knowing how fond she was of the will be the largest In the country, with fully 8,00(1 neighbor. I said: "Xow, Mary Marcla. seating accommodation for tell uncle where you went." persons. It was commenced In 11XM. For a moment she looked at the ground, then exclaimed: "Oh, I'm not Chances Were He'd Get IL Employer l'ou put that note where talking now." Chicago Tribune. It will be sure to attract Mr. Smith's Men bear burdens that they hati attention, didn't you? Office Boy Yes, sir; I stuck n pin because they would hate worse not to bear them. through It nnd put It on his chair. Some women seem to enjoy bonstjng of their troubles. Dried Vegetables. The government bureau of chemistry Is trying to popularize the "dehy- - i drnted" vegetables 'which are begin- -' nlng to be sold for soup mixtures. It Is thought that these mixtures ofvege-(- ! tables, which are absolutely water--; free, might be used to great advantage by housewives. They are quite as good for soups as fresh material and far j cheaper. One hotel to which sample packages were sent for trial repdrted j that one pound of the stdlT made 125 "portions." The only Important obstacle to the Introduction of these concentrated soup vegetables seems to He old In the difficulty of overcoming Philadelphia Ledger. prejudices. are source ox income second owy t gr swarms ana stocz reams, juu sulfa climate, sooa neisnoore, cnai-cn- e schools, rood markets, railroad faali Farm CUrdsms, Pettttry, BaJortju ' I rarai taepnoocete. Par evrtlflestA entitling vm n doced railway rate, illustrated htere. rare, maps, aesenpuon ot tana oppoi tunities in Manitoba. Saskatchewan. ar--i . atswawam wnia W. R. S3. Intsnirbsn S ratio ColamLcs. Shi AsffasSJtfcss!' - Bldf. mt Ti 'III' saBSBSBa SSSSvat, 90 Eatonlc Smttltd Stomach on Strike 20 Years A J sourness, belching, indigestion, food repeating or any other stomach trouble, take Eatonlc tablets after each meal and find relief. Big txje costs only a trifle with your druggist's "Eatonlc Is wonderful." says C W. Burton. "I had been n sufferer from stomach trouble for 20 years and now I am welL" Eatonlc gets right after the cause of stomach troubles by taking up and' carrying oat the acidity and gase.va!''' or course, wnen the cause is removed, the sufferer gets well. If you harsl guarantee. The man who sees no good In other. Is no good. coast's smiiiiM,t'mi W. N. U CINCINNATI, NO. 21. V t a, l ' m in Cloudburst Destroys Homes. Motor Vehicles Grow In Popularity. Alliance, Neb. Several persons are The number of motor vehicles In reported to have perished, one Is United Stages Is said to be Are known to have been killed, thousands the as great at It was at the beof head of live stock have been lost, times ginning of the World war. scores of ranch houses around Andrews, 17 miles west of Crawford, have been destroyed and fields hav CINCINNATI MARKETS. been devastated by a cloudburst which deluged the White River Canyon Hay and Grain. v country. Crawford County frantically Corn No. 2 white 7172e. No. 3 was taking measures to prevent Inun- white 7071c. No. 4 white CSgCTv. dation of :t portion of the city. A No. :t yellow C'XgCOc, No. 4 yellow, C3 wall of water was rushing down G4ci No. 2 mixed OllffCoe. the White River Cunyon. Sountl Hay Timothy per ton $20.50 021, clover mixed $17617.73. Frankfort. One representative from Kidnaper Is Sentenced. Survey of the common Frankfort Wheat No. 2 red $l.2Sffl.30. No. 3 Richmond, Ind. Russell Rehmar, of red $1.2IV41.28, No. 4 red $l.221.24. each of the eleven congressional dis- school system of Kentucky has Just Springfield. Ill, who pleaded guilty tricts will be recommended by the been completed by a staff of experts Butter, Eggs and Poultry. daugh State Highway Commission to Gov. and a preliminary report will be sub of kidnaping his Butter Whole milk creamery extras ter from Mr. and Mrs. hyde AlexMorrow for appointment on a commis- mitted to Gov. Morrow. The survey ander, of this city, was fined $50 and 41c, centralized extras 40c, firsts I$5e, sion to devise ways and means for was authorized by the last legislature senteced to serve a term of from two fancy dairy 25c. Eccs Extra firsts 29c. firsts 2Cc financing road buildings in Kentucky. and the work was done by a staff of to fourteen years in the State ReformThe findings of the commission will survey experts from the General Edu- atory by Judge W. A. Bond, of tlie ordinary llrsts 24c. lh and Live Poultry Broilers 1 be submitted to the next legislature. cational Board, of New York, assisted Wayne. Circuit Court The 7ndge susover 5 lbs and over TThe commission, !s connection with the by a field staff The fowls 30c,lbsfowls over 20c, under 4 2rtc, of more than eighty pended the prison sentence. lbs 4 and State Highway Commission, will name men and women selected from tlie child had been made u ward of Mr. and one man In each county of the state State University, the two state normal Mrs. Alexander by the Juvenile Court. 25c, roosters lfic. Live Stock. to In devising plans for schools, Kentucky colleges' and other Behmar was arrested at Dayton, On raising revenues for with the child. Institutions of learning Cattle Steers, good to choice $7 8, fair to good $fl.2r. common to fair $4S'0.25, heifers good to choice SCOOffS-W). fair to good $5.50 Should Take a Chance. Spanish Influence. be draped and looped In an unereq to fair $4 5.50; canners "'Grandma, can you help me with 0.50. common Swayed by the Influence of the hem line. $12, stock heirers $4po, stocK steers ' this problem?" Spanish style evening dresses for $50.50. "I could, dear, but I don't think it spring and summer wear are of lace. London Hats Are Red. Cnlves Good to choice $050 10. would be right." Not lace of the familiar Ivory or black Red Is the dominant note In all tb fair to good $700.50, common and "No, I don't suppose It wonld, bat arge Necessarily, bnt laces of bold design floe summer hats being shown by ?40. and col era which are equally bold. leading milliners in London. Shades hare a shot at It and seel" Sheep Good to choice $44.50, fair Tangerine, scarlet, American beauty, Include lacquer, sealing-wax- , to cood $2ffH4. common $11.50, rose-re- d That's Postponed. orange and glowing yellow are not un- and smoked salmon. lambs, good to choice $1111.50, fair , Jeanne Oh. I'm so hnppyl George to good $8.50 11. usual in the dyed lace gowns. In deand I have made up sign the gowns conform more to the Hogs Heavy $10.5010.75, choice Coffee In Cookies. Gene And whnt day have you fixed, packers und butchers $11, medium dinner gown than1 that for formal eveCold coffee used Instead of water la $11, common to choice heavy fat sows ning wear. Trains are never seen in making molasses or ginger cookies for the marriage? Jeanne Oh, we haven't quarreled $05008.25, light shippers $11, pigs the newest gowns, although skirts may gives them a delightful fiivo (110 lbs and hssj jrswu. tTc tint yet. three-year-ol- d road-buildin1 Louisville. Health Officer Ellis Owen thoroughly1 agrees with Dr. L. K. FrankeL of New York, statistician for tlie Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, who at a recent meeting in New York announced that, according to figures collected In all sections of the United States, tuberculosis Is decidedly on the wane. Dr. Frankel's figures showed" a decrease of S3 per Frankfort. The report of the Voea tlonal Educational Board for the year just ended and the prospective report tor uie next year snow tnat the board Is planning to extend the 'work in nil departments. In the agricultural department the board hopes to Increase the number of white schools from 30 to 36 and the number of negro schools from 1 to 5. The local funds for whites cent during the past few years of the for the year In this branch will be deaths caused by tubercu- $33,723. federal fundi .WVW nr. number of losis. The peak w.as reached In Louis- the local anfl federal funds for negro ville In 1910 when 514 people died of 51,000, making a total of $67,486 to be the "white plague." expended In the agricultural branch. tftot fontonrs lSfluid Dracbri Children Cry For a, pnnrtT.-Aiolihk-VVet-drauaa&AJ- -, !! PER CEKf- - we are the.1 people of his pasture. Psalm 15:6. 7. Removing Ink Stains. Pyrophosphate of soda Is recommended for the removal of Ink stains. This salt does not Injure vegetable fiber and yields colorless compounds with the ferric oxide of the Ink. It Is best to first apply tallow to the Ink spot, then wash ,ln a solution of pyrophosphate until both tallow and Ink have disappeared. Another formula Is to use a mixture of four parts of tartar and two partn of powdered alum. This Is not Injurious to cloth. Other stains also may be removed with It. Matrimony No Fire Sale. "So Maude broke her engagement with Jack because the doctor said he bad a tobacco heart?" "Yes, and I don't blame her. Who wants a husband that's damaged by smoke?" Obligation. "Science says that It Is wrong to allow babies to be kissed." "Jtes," replied Senator Sorghum, "1 was glad when that discovery was announced. It has made campaigning whole lot easlet" An Uinexal. NotNahcotic; in"11 Thereby PromotInIH4e5lto4 Cheerfulness ana kwu neither (btam.Morphinenor i ii m m ti i Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it than to use is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-up- s a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate fOrganism of that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned, neither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. Ho Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for MOTHERS SH0UIO grown-upREAD s. r A f, 1 nf tit Remedy for ConsUpationnndDUrrhcei ana f cvmsmie resulting ttcref rcminlrtftflff THE BOOKLET THAT AXOUXD EVERY tOTTlE OF fUTCHETS CUTOtU GENUINE UK1L C ASTO R I A ALWAYS Bears theSignatnre of lawaawaaaa1waaaaas-- Eliminated Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMKcaarrAMsicoL;,,,, Mtw Yo city. . ." s I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY, : --3 w Sure RE Wm0 ALSO "PLAYING THE GAME" a GOULD BEAT HANDS Relief 6 LL-A- NS Bell-an-s 5HUGKING IS OR The Mystery of theSilverDa Rger "GEORGE HARRIS!" Synopv.-I- n o New York Jewelry lore l'liUIji Severn, L'nttiil States consular auent. notices a umall box wlilcli attracts lilm. He purchases tt. laitrr h dimmers In a secret compartment a wrltlns KlvInK clew to n revolutionary movement In this country aeeklns to overthrow By Randall Parrish Author of Children Sported While Their Grave and Reverend Elders Dwelt on the Destiny of Nations. Mark Sullivan writes In the World's Work : As to nt least one who observed President Hnrdlng read his message to congress from the press gallery, his most vivid, recollection will be of the little son of a Itcpuhlicnn member in the fifth row, who, across the backs of four seats, Improvised an acquain tance; nnd then, having exchanged trentles of amity and commerce through mysterious signals Imperceptible to older eyes, slipped away from the guardianship of their respective parents, and by the nld of a cautious and Ingrntlatlng diplomacy, maneuvered their wny past a dozen elders preoccupied with exalted matters of state, to the ends of the rows of seats. There, In the protective obscurity pro depths of the vided by the cavern-likaisle, they produced a roundish glided button not so small but what unset-late- d Imaginations could piece tt out Into n marble whose defects of rotundity were fortuitously and admirably corrected by the slight decline in the floor of the aisle. With this equipment they extemporized a delectable gnme, which they played for an hour under great handicaps and nt con tinuous and Imminent risk of awful catastrophe. In happy unconcern of the sonorous words about the destlny-- of nations that rolled above their little heads." e WRIGLEYS Newest Creation n ' Hot water Sure Relief At Least J. A. White Would Bet So, After Being Relieved of Dyspepsia by Tanlac. "The Strange Case of Cavendish" Copyright, by BawlaU ParrUa "My wife and iuytelf have had stomach trouble," hays Sir. J. A. White, residing on the LeeMouu Pike. IL F. D. No. 0, uour Lexington, Ky., "and have both been nervous mid run LOTIOH SOAP dow n. We could not see anything with CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL out suffering afterwards uml could not PALMER'S LOTION sleep at night. We were regular norv- AND I USE IT. ous dyspeptics. We tried many remedies without permanent benelit until ALLDRUCCISTS. we heard of Tanlac 1 got this medietUUUXTtlD IT cine nnd begun using It. We noticed SOLON PALMER Immediate results. We arc both greatNCWVOKft ly Improved by Tanlac. We give all credit for the change of health to Tan lac. It is a remarkable medicine. "I personally feel so good that I told my hands a day or two ngo that 1 could beat any of them shucking corn. I meant It and believe 1 could have bent "cm all." Of all the maladies that nulla humanity chronic dyspepsia, such as ilr. and Mrs. White suffered from. Is probably the most prevalent, and hours body might be consumed In describing the Slight eyes, a clear sldn and a full of youth and health may be sufferings, mcntnl and bodily, ot the your if you will keep your system victims of chronic dyspepsia. A morbid, unreal, whimsical anil In order by regularly taking melancholy condition of the mind. nsldc from the nervous physical suffering. Is the usual state of the nverage dyspeptic, and life seems scarcely worth living. Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, was designed especially for overcoming Tb. worlds standard nmadj for kidney, this distressing condition nnd millions of people hne taken It with the most Ilrtr, bladder and uric add troubles, ot 111 and looks. In uaa aloe astonishing nnd gratifying results. It 1696. All druggists, three sites. seems to go straight to the spot, toning Lm tk. uu CM Medal a awry Us up nnd Invigorating every organ of the aa4 accept bo ImltatWai body. Learning Fait. Sold by leading druggists every Three negroes got mixed up In a where. Advertisement. quarrel and were locked up. Next morning they appeared before the The Teeth of the Matter. Judge. The first was given three "Pulling Teeth Restores Sanity." If upon your eyes hurt or your cars ache, or months, and becoming abusive hearing his sentence, the Judge In- your feet He down on you. consult creased It to sli months. The second the nearest dentist. We should not surprised to learn that defective n given sir months, because he too. 1 was abtishe. The turn of the third teeth were responsible for the wreck man came. of the Hesperus, the passing of the ,said the Judge, "what have dinosaurs, and the crime of 73. New ".Sowyou got to say." York Evening PosL "I sure nln't cot nuflin' to say, Judge," be snld. "Three months plenty Cutleura Comforts Baby's Skin nouf for dls III nigger." When red, rough and Itching with hot baths of Cutleura Soap nnd touches of Tube Bad. Also make use Cutleura Ointment. "We had nothing but trouble all the now and then of that exquisitely scent' way; four punctures and two blow cd dusting powder, Cutleura Talcum, outs." Cutleura one ot the Indispensable "tjuitc a tiresome Journey." Toilet Trio. FOR INDIGESTION PALMER'S Women Made Young COLD MEDAL the rhllean government. The writnnd ing mentions a rendezvous, Severn decides to ImestlKate Find-Inthe place mentioned In the writing apparently deserted, Severn lslts a saloon In the vicinity. A woman In the place Is met man. Fcemlngly hy nppolntment. and Severn, his suspicions aroused, follows them. They ko to the designated meeting place, nn abandoned Iron foundry. At the rendezvous fcevern Is ncccpted as one of the conspirators nnd admitted He meets n stranger who addresses lilm as Harry Daly. The Incident plays Into Severn's hands and he accepts It. n 1 CHAPTER IV Continued I looked nt him doubtfully. tt "Well, of course, I've got to' think so. I niitmttPii, imping to gain runner enlightenment, me "hut you lea-.pretty well in the dark. What do I You talk Nothing. really know7 glibly about n million you propose fifty-fiftwith me on. That sounds good, but It would sound better If I even knew who I was dealing with. I never saw you before In my life." "H 1, that's so,'' he grinned cheerfully, "I forgot I wnsn't tnlklng to an old pal. Just to he sure you're Harry Daly was enough to ninkc mc cough up, but that don't help you out. does It? Ever hear of 'Gentleman fieorgo' co-In- g y In your travels?" Extremes. "Extremes meet lu the Bermudas."' "Huh?" . "Lilies and onions." The Good Old Days. Do you know that It wasn't so long ago that when a clothier sold a pair of pants the crease had to be pressed out before the customer would wear em.? The good old days were days tot baggy knees and patched scats, but there was considerable attendance upon the prayer meetings then. Houston Post. "It me see," boarder, "how Is Proverbs. observed the smart It the proverb runs7' He hesitated. "You refer to the one, 'One man's meat Is another man's hash!" asked the other. "Or, possibly," broke In a third, Don't cry over skim milk?" "No," said a fourth, "you mean, 'In butter there Is strength." "Well," said the smart boarder, "the particular proverb I had In mind Is, They'll Gallop In the Dark. The latest aid to the amateur gambler consists of dice treated with a Forestry In the Canal Zone. of the boys of the radium derivative which makes them The Canal zone Is requested la protecting glow at night In this way It Is possible to have a round of African golf trees and shrubbery from damage. A few days ago some children used on, the porch at night, when to turn a hatchet on a time tree on the prado on the lights would bring a flock of inat Balboa. and,nearly killed the tree. sects. The depressions are IlluminatSome other children have broken ed and It Is easy t3 rend them In the limbs of the wild almond trees on datk. New York Sun. In here." .Cruces avenue and yet others bare I was alone ngaln, in the dark, but New Paper. damaged the mango trees near the circumstances Hang the new wall paper with under vastly different blindly office on the Balboa road. cable about when wandering which you are going to patch the old than Every boy In the Canal xonc Is refnctory those Imprisoning In the sun for a while, and It will soon between quested to use his Influence In walls. 'With no effort of my own. such practices. The trees belong be faded to match. purely by blind chance, I had been to the boys as much as to any one; given a new name and Identity, nnd as He Explains. and the boys should help to protect "Do you know how to play bridge?" Instantly Inducted Into n revolutionary their own property. Panama Canal "I wouldn't go so far as to claim that. criminal plot as fascinating as It unRecord. doubtedly was dangerous. Who Harry I play, however." Daly might be I had not the slightest conception, yet there was no escape from the conviction that Harris believed blindly In my Identity. He was not acting, for he would have no posI was sible object In such pretense. to his mind Harry Daly, a criminal, an International thief, a man after his own heart, to be warmly welcomed Into partnership as a most valuable ally. What should I do under these peculiar circumstances? Seek to es cape during his absence, and thus frighten the covy, or remain, nnd trust fortune to show me n way to both ex pose their villainy and save myself? I Altoona, Pa. am writwas young, adventurous, and I chose ing to tell yon what Lydia E. the latter, thinking less of the danger. Pinkham's Vegetable ComI ndmlt, than of the mystery of the pound has done for me. We case, and yes, the girl. had six children die almost at Harris had spoken confidently of birth. From one hour to ninegaining possession of a targe sum a teen days is all they have lived. Before my next one million dollars, surely a stake worth was horn I took a dozen botdaring much for but how, by what tles of your Vegetable Commeans, did he expect to ge.t his hands pound, and I can say that it is on such a fortune? the greatest medicine on My mind reverted to the fragment earth, for this baby is now ot letter which hnd sent me on this four months old, and a healthier baby you would not mad chase, to Its mention of a letter wanL I am sending you a of credit to be deposited with the picture of her. Everybody bnnker, Kranfe, to the. credit of the says 'That is a very healthy recipient. The writer had stated that looking baby. ' You have my the sum would be found ample for all consent to show these few Could needs. But a million dollars lines to anybody." Mr. C. W. BENZ, 131 3rd Avenue, tt be possible that so large an nmount Altoona, Pa. would be thus advanced? If so, then " Mrs. Jansscn'a experience ef interest to childless the result hoped for must be proporwives. tionately important. To whom hnd " I want to give you a word of praise fot your wonderful MilUton, Wis. this letter been sent Alva, who apmedicine. We are fond of children, and for a considerable time after we parently was the active leader here In 's were married I feared I would not have any. I began taking Lydia E. Vegetable Compound, and it strengthened me so I now have a nice, New York, or the revolutionary repre strong, healthy baby girt. I suffered very little at childbirth,, and I give all sentative In Washington, seemingly (hall always recommend it highly." Mrs. the credit to your medicine, and known as Mendez? Whichever it was, H. H. Janssen, MilUton, Wis. that man evidently had the disposition of this vast sum entirely at his disMrs. Held of Marinette, Wis., adds her testimonial for Lydia E. posal; either it was already in his Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.' She says: hands or so deposited as to be quickly Marinette, Wis." I was in a nervous condition and very Irregular. My Iu my Judgment the fel available. doctor advised an operation. My husband brought me one of your booklets low would be Alva, for sundry rea and asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It overcame sons; first, he had been one of the men my weakness so that I now have a healthy baby girl after having been marregistered at the hotel when the lac ried nine years. I am glad to recommend your medicine, and you may use my letter as a testimonial?' Mrs. 11. B. Hxlp, 330 Jefferson SL, Marinette, Wis. quered box was lost; and second, the expenditure of this money was seem There are many, many such homes that were once childless, and are now blessed with healthy, happy children because Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Ingly Intended to be made In and Compound hai restored the mother to a strong and healthy condition, ss it acta as a natural restorative for ailments as indicated by backache, irreguDIES HERO, FIGHTING PLAGUE larities, displacements, weakness and nervousness. Women. everywhere should remember that most of the commoner ailments of women are not the surgical ones they are not caused by serious displaceEagerness to Save People Ueads to ments or growths, although the symptoms may be the same, and that's why ehlnese Physician's Death o many apparently serious aliments readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham a From Disease. Vegetable Compound, as it acts as a aaturaf restorative. It can be taken with perfect safety and often prevents serious troubles. "In my enthusiasm for Pektn. Therefore if you know of any woman who is suffering and has been unable plague prevention I overstepped the to secure relief and is regretfully looking forward to a childless old age, ask bounds of caution, and in my constant her to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as it has brought health eontact with plague pattenU I and happiness into so many homes once darkened by illness and despair. contracted the disease. 1 am upon "Ailments Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Text-Boo- k lying for the people. I make no com Peculiar to women " will be sent to you ireo upon request, write plaint." .The Lydia E. Plnkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. These were ue opening unes ot a "George Hnrrls!" the name leaped lo my lips In Inspiration ; only the day before I had chanced to read a magazine account of n famous criminal His eyes gleamed In gentnl appreciation. "I thought maybe that would fetch you," he said exultantly. "There ain't many of the old hoys but hnve my number, nnd they all know I piny square. How Is It? Will we shake hands, and call It a deal? I've got to get back In with that hunch." I took the extended hand cordially, feeling the Iron grip of his fingers. 1 do not believe I was ever more frightened In my life, nlthough outwardly-coo- l enough, and my brnlrt perfectly clear. There was no retreat possible. I must go on. actli.g out the strange character In this drama to which I had been assigned. "But you are not known by that name hero?" I ventured. "I should say not. I'm 'Horner, P. Sec! That's S. Horner of Detroit. the guy who had the papers. He was English all right but pretended to he United States, and bad n passport to P come through with this bunch. I've got the bull by the tall for a cool million, old man, n million. All I'm afraid of Is this d 1 woman they nl- ways did get my goat." 'Keep still, and let her show her cards," I suggested, feeling the neces sity of saying something. "What I'm aiming to do. Well,, so long. Daly. I'll be back presently with everything straight. Better turn out the light, or sqme one might wander New Yor- k- If I read the message right, In the purchase or arms and munition for shipment to South America : perhaps the enlistment of a body of lighting men. So far the matter was fairly clear Alva as th'e local revolutionary agent hnd been Intrusted by the Junta with this money to spend iu a certain definite way; but he must work under strict orders coming from the head quarters at Washington, ille dare not assume the Initiative without the 'O. K." of the man higher ui Mendez. Something hnd occurred to delay action; that made no difference, but now the time had come. Mendez, unable to lie present In person, and even fearful Junta to permit nny of his representatives to appear In this connection, had chosen to send n woman. who would be unsuspected, to deliver o the conspirators his definite plan of net Ion. All this seemed reasonable enough, and in no way surprised me. But the appearance ot the woman did, and also the close Intimacy of this man Harris. She was not criminal, not even of the Insurrectionary e'nss to my eyes, and I could not Imagine whnt In fluence had ever Induced her to accept such a commission. Something about her personality, some undefined quality df womanhood, had made dcflnt tyj"; pression upon my mind, not to be 'ef faced. Everything was ngulnst her the saloon In whlili she waited nlone; her coming there secretly In the night ; the meeting with nn unknown uini; the accompanying him up that black alley to this hidden rendezvous of conspiracy. Every act stamped her as un' worthy. In spite of all this evidence as to the truth of the matter, nothing harmonized. She did not belong the gulf was teo wide. Yet there was no( ether explanation possible she was actually here, in the den of conspiracy, alone among all these men, unafraid, the recognized representative of the Chilean revolutionary Juntn. bringing with her direct from Washington those final Instructions for which they wait edInstructions, no doubt. Involving unneutrallty, destruction, death, fright- fulness, the extinction of n friendly government ; nil this that could bo compassed by the expenditure of a million dollars in ruthless hnnds. It was unthinkable, yet cvesy evidence proved It the port of well-know- true. There came to me an insane desire to overhear what she had to say; to watch her once more, when free to study her unnoticed, and to see this gang to whom she brought her message. Almost without realizing my ac tion I crept In the dnrk out Into the narrow pnssage. and felt my way with his vll and ssvm conversant lnlny. The door opened toward me, but II would be suicidal to attempt vlewlnc the room beyond through that opening The only thing I dare venture was tt gain such survey as was possible by means of the narrow crack below the hinge on which the door swung. Ttrls afforded me the merest glimpse of one side of the room, revealing four or Ave men sitting motionless on a bench against the wnll, evidently listening Intently to what was going on opposite them. With the exception of Wine, who wns third In the row, no face I saw wns In the least familiar two being pronouncedly Spanish, the others not so easily recognized as to nationality. I had no dlfllculty whatever In overhearing their voices, and grasping the sense of whnt they were saying. As n general thing the word used were English, although occasionally some one requested nn explanation It. Spanish, which was Immediately glveo, Ilowcvcr, almost the first sentence overheard convinced me that I had ar rived too late to learn directly the na ture of those Instructions received from Washington. Alva was asking t question. "But we are rendy to act now," ht said Impatiently, his foreign accent faint, yet plainly perceptible,, "have been really for a month past. What necessity then Is there for further de lay?" The woman, whom he evidently ad dressed, must have been very close to the door; her voice soft, but speaking with clear enunciation, sounded almost within reach of my lmml, of "The reason Is Valparaiso, course," she said; "It Is not Washing ton nt nil. When you strike, the people must be rendy there. You say you are prepared, senor. That Is what I was sent to learn, and I find you are not prepared.' "Not ready! We arc organized and sworn to service, She seemed to lean forward, her voice changing almist to a whisper. "I see that, your eagerness, your devotion. But that li not readiness for such n duty. Wlio has been chosen for the act Itself the post of danger? No one. Until the man I need not name dies, we can accomplish nothing. You have taken no ballot. If the single wonl was flashed Tonight, 'Go,' and It may be, who among- you Is authorized to execute the order?" She paused, but np voice spoke. "Nor is thnt all; .the money from Englnnd yet lies untouched." Surely your Instructions wen clear, and noth ing Is being accomplished for the cause while It rests In the vault. It "will require all of thirty days to dis tribute this Into the proper hands, here nnd In Chile, yet nothing bm been done. We suppoed It wns al ready In circulation. What caused the delay?" One of the men on the bench spoke. a neavny limit ieiiow, witn a long gray mustache, nnd horn spectacles ' shading his eyes. "All I know lss et valt on der order of Gustnve Alva to be Indorsed by Senor Mendez. I hoi ett so In trust, from the ngtfot. Ett was in a private safe, a package of currency, only I know where. The bank hav' nothings to do with der deal." "I understand. The agent gave you personally the letter of credit, which you Immediately caslied, nnd you now hold the currency subject to call? 'Certainly; dat vor how ett vos. The agent he tell mc." 'jp M "AFTER EUERV MEAL4 J 1 A b'b'b'b'b'b'bbbB 'DAWDLERS" NOT LONG LIVED Prominent British Manufacturer Points Out That Active Man of Butl-neReaches Old Age. at Delectable sugar coating around a nippy zippy bit of peppermint chewlmz gum. ... Lord Lcvcrhulme, one ot Great Britain's largest manufacturers, asserts that more people shorten their lives by dawdling In England than by hustling. He Is a living proof that hustling promotes hale old age. lie has always led the strenuous life, and at 70 Is still going strong. He presided nt the annual meeting of the British Industrial Safety First association the other day. In his ad dress he drew largely upon his Amerl can experience. Steps hnd been taken there, he said, to ascertain whether it wns the hustling, bustling business man who was supposed to shorten his days, or the man who crnwled and dawdled through life. He declared there were men in the United States today of 80. 00 and be tween IX) and 100 yenrs of age who were still In good health and actively engaged In business, whereas men who had retired early from business had shortened their lives thereby. He thought the Ttwl of the dawdler wns largelj Instrumental in shortening the lives of Individuals In Great Brit ainthat the more a man worked, whether professionally or In other vo cations, the more he would conserve his life and strength and the life and commerce of the country- - Sweeten the breath.ald digestion, quiet nervousness, allay thirst and help keep teeth white. WRrGIXYSw Great ( Treat! 5 Q-- ) The Flavor Lasts Just-t-lk- o a Brother. Pesky Devils Quietus Marv'a birthday, and her told her young man had teaslngly that he was going to give ner a rose Devils P. D. fnr ofih venr nf her nfre. Fearfully Qul.tus. is .th Pesky of the name Mary waited for his flowers to arrive. new chemical that actually She wondered whether he really knew ends the Ants and Bed Buss. Fleas, aa Roaches. how old she was. But when a basket P. D. Q. kUls tbe live ones and; their tgga and stops future containing four dozen arrived she generations. Not an insect pow- ' breathed a sigh of relief. der but a chemical unlike any sh thanked him for thing you have ever used. That nlt-A IS cent Dackaee makes them. Just as she ended It her little one quart and each package patent spout, to set brother came Into the room. He contains a Devils In the cracks Pesky went over to the flowers and was the crevices. Embarrassing, Indeed! ana when the Tovr druggist has it or he Economizing might be all right, but studying them fixedly "Do you think can get It tor you. Mailed bv urjon recetnt of erica first know your location ! I went Into young man asked: the Owl Chemical Wks. Torre Haute. Ind. millinery store nnd after your sister's flowers are pretty?" a "Yes, sir. I do," little brother an"caring trying on several hats and not particularly for any, realized that It swered, "but what made you send wns next to Impossible to get away twenty too many?" Finally I said without a purchase. can be and all had no money, but selected a hat for The Difference. Money back if a cigar?" "N don't smoke cured with Bismoline. them to put away for me. and prom "Have first box does not show results. 60c by ised 1 would surely return for it the now." "Sworn off?" "Nope; stopped maiL F. H. Youni; fc Co, Joledo, O. evening. I breathed relief entirely." Tar Baby. next when I rntrtle. ray exit, and passing a store a few doors away, entered upon Most puns are rewarded with sickly Agents. Electric lasoUs ear. Rh.amatUia. Faat sellers. 100 a. profit. Sample. Ito. Ellsseeing a hat much to my taste, and smiles being that sort of puns. rioyd St. LonUTllle. Ky. worth Latf. Ill after trying It on decided I really ro k hA LiwrYrEiviuxEK. i:9; AddtnaAs I was about would buy It. Marriage Is almost as uncertain as Uachlne 1:1; Check Writer and Cash Reliefer cheap. Sent for examination. J. BTEKX take the money from my purse, to my death Is suro. MADISOXYILLE. OHIO. surprise the manager of the first store both, I later learned), en (he owned tered, and seeing me, cynically smiled and said: "Don't waste your time on DO YOU TAKE SALT this customer she's only sightseeing with mull, or just fill up on salt oace oc My nnd has no Intention of buying." TWICE A WEEK? embarrassment, together witlr anger. wns the limit, and I nrose in a rage Afcw licks of BLACKMAILS Tonic and left the Store. Chicago American. Salt should be a part of the daily diet It cm P. D. Q. as pre-na- ld two-price- d ECZEMA sktntroubles - Salt Your Stock the Blackman Way "What are- you doing here?" she gasped. "Listening?" - (TO BE CONTINUED.) DARLING BABY LAKE Would Be Suicidal to OF FIRE NEVER QUIET Attempt Viewing the Room Beyond. along the rough board walls. As I advanced cautiously the full Ingenuity with which the place had been pre pared for Just this foul purpose became more apparent. The narrow passage I followed, my hands touching either wnll, was not straight, but curved to the right, and It dawned upon me that It skirted the main apnrt-nienwhere. In nil probability, the conference was being held. This ac counted for the fact that no gleam of light was visible, and that. In anticipation of their use, separate and small rooms had been constructed, connected together yet so Isolated as to permit of the utmost privacy. One of these Harris had left me In, and now I found thnt the passage led me not di rect to the mnln apartment, hut to an other sninller room, whose door barred This, I figured out, my progress. might be the same into which Wine had entered In search of Alva, when he deserted me in the front hallway. I listened Intently, but heardt-'nsound within, and, satisfied tbe rObm was without occupants, ventured final ly to gain a glimpse inside. It was a room not altogether unlike tbe one I had Just left, although smaller, and containing a chair or two In ad dltlon to the writing table. I noted these things quickly, my gaze straying to a partially open door In the board wnll to the right, through which a brighter glow of light streamed. My ears caught the sound of voices, the words indistinct. Although convinced the small room wns without occupants, I was some moments screwing up my courage to enter. Yet there was no other way in which I could learn tbe meaning of all this, or be prepared to intelligently play my part later with Harris. To trap the fellow I must know his purpose, be able to answer bJs Inquiries r, Spectacle Furnished by Hawaiian Vol cano May Welt Be Sild to Be Everlasting. well-know- n BRIGHTENS HOME Hawaii's take of everlasting firs has never been quiet so far as Hllq local records or traditions testify. That Is, not quiet for any length ol time. ChiIdien,s Laughter a Pleasing Sound "I 1 Pink-ham- it covers Itself with a black sheet of lava which looks like wet rubber at Intervals as regular as the breathing of a sleeper. This black covering no sooner completely hides the liv ing, angry red lava than it cracks ana splits with startling noises, Drenits in to cakes which sink into the burning nit. and the molten lava of the lake The whole Is again In commotion. strSnge performance, as I recall, the freezing over, the breaking up. tbe renewed billowing of fire, takes less than ten inlnutes. The lake so called. Is an opening a hundred yards or so wide In the floor of the crater, which Is eight miles .in It can be compared circumference. to a hole In Ice; the crater floor, although of black, hardened lava, Is in physical character like rough shore Ice, the surface of the lake llko water kept in commotion by wind, except for the periodic freezing over. The live lava of the lake rolls In waves which break against Its shore, sending un spindrift, which, blown from the top of the waves, hardens Into hairlike glass. The natives call this glass "Pole's hair," that lady being the God dess' of Fire. Little wonder that the excellent deacon who had sat on the edge of the lake In wonder and terror piously an swered one who asked him what the lake was like: "Brother. It's a h 1 of a holel" New York Sun. Lost "Victory" Recovered. and forgotten, two big packing cases have been reposing In the yard of federal parliament house. They had been received twelve months ago from London, and bad been "dumped" with other stores In an place. Recently one of the cases was opened and was found to contain a female figure In bronze with a helmet on her head. This was Intended to represent Victory and was designed to commemorate the heroism of Australian soldiers. The statue was a gift of the commonwealth by Bertram Mackennnl. the Australian sculptor. The smaller case contained the base Dust-covere- d AS iM A ld of your live stock. It is medicated and will improve digestion, make the feed go further, and keep them in healthy condition. So simple, so easy. Just it will do the drop brick in feed-box ' .. rest. To &li of the statue. 'The unfortunate oversight has been rectified and Australia's thanks have been sent to Mr. Engineering Triumph. daring engineering feat was performed In Pittsburgh recently when a modern building, filled with hardware, was m(jved a distance of 75 feet by 12 laborers. Ninety-pounrails, 120 of them, made the tracks on which the structurexwas moved. The sidewalks and basement of the building. Including a big engine and boiler that continued to function, went along with the building. Customers passed to and from the. building as though A nine-story d nothing was happening. Completely Educated. "Mrs. Brooks says she has no longer any fault to find with her husband." "Meaning, I suppose, that she long co found all the faults he has." American Legion Weekly. Encouragement. Reggie I shall never marry' until 1 meet a woman who Is my direct oppo ClUtuMft, "i t bw Left Him Thinking. NOT PROPER COMPARISON In a barber's shop In Landport a Quickly Seized en Weak man was having his hair cut while sff friend waited. Point in Argument Put Forth The Friend You're losing jour by His Daddy. wool, lad. The Victim Yes, I am getting a bit Writers have l6Vg vied In their ef to describe properly the tooth- - thin on top. forts The Friend Well, they say wool someness, as well as the downright . stupidity, of the ordinary domestic won't grow on wood. The Victim That's so ; and they ben. Lawrence, age ten, for a number of also say that wheat won't grow Is- -a years has been able to provide the busy street. Whereat the friend was reduced to i most ample concrete evidence of his due appreciation of the former, but silence and was seen to be thinking It was only recently that the latter bard. London was brought forcibly home to him. Primitive Finance. After vainly trying for some time In Georgia they tell of an old to drive an obstreperous hen from .1 the garden, he called to his father. farmer, who, in the wildcat banking days, came to Mllledgevllle to sea I can't get this old hen outl" Ills father remarked that If Gen Robert Toombs, who, at the time, was eral Pershing had given up that eas- a state bank director. "Bob," said the old farmer, "the ily he never would have driven the folks down our way wants mora 4 Germans out of France. money." Germans out of France. Ijiwrence promptly replied: "That "I don't blame them." said Mr. c The Germans knew Toombs, "but how are tfiey going to was different. whnt General Pershing was trying to get itr TId-Blt- s. '. ckui StackTeReaeij ''"KM Ca. ,.. u n . dot- - They Need the Money. oughtn't to be hero wor Till The lougest way around Is the shipers. And when they are fooled. shortest way home, you know. Bill Yes, that's the way the taxi It is a moral benefit. driver seems to figure it- One of the most difficult things on A poor nan may be a crank, but earth Is to convict a man that everyrich man Is eccentric. body knows Is guilty. People -- site. there are a number of Intelligent girls London In this neighborhood. Mabel (encouragingly) Mr. Blank, al-o- The Puzzle. Isn't She the Cutup? When you see a girl of ten crying Woman Writer A festive toucb these days we don't know whether to mar be Imparted to rice croquette bj give her a new doll to comfort her or biding a btg raisin In the heart of. tell her that no man's love Is really each. Boston Transcrint. worth crying for. Judge. Self-intere- Jl Gift from Nature's Storehouse The ly Yu have demanded the right to be union who died March 24 while en- ized as a regular part of the theatrical gaged in combating plague In Shan- profession. Authors who are accrued owing a deep gratitude to their tung, according to Dr. Charles W. ot humble supporters oppose their claims. Young. Doctor Yu was a young physician, Mount Vernon, Ky. A local paper educated in China and Japan, who was active In the campaign against plague prints the following: "Bill Pennington who has been living near Corbln foi in Mongolia and Shansl !n 1918. a short time, has moved back near Livingston. Will has moved so much Claqueurs to Form Union. Buenos Aires. Claqueurs, boys and bis chickens are used to It, and will-lidown and cross their feet ready tn men whose vocation Is to create ap' plause In the Buenos Aires theaters, be tied." farewell message written by Dr. Shu-fe- Grape 'Nuts contain all the natural up building values of the gi -- of the wheat delicious, crisp dramiles andtarley food "My bedside drove," "How pastor wanted to reach the of a dying parishioner and remarked Mr. Clipping, did the good man behave?" "He prayed all the way there." "For the dytng person. I presume?" "Of course, but I suspect he Includ ed himself in his petition." Birming ham d. mineral salts so esst requirements of young and old. A food equally "well suited to the "There's a Reason Hr GmpcWuts ' Parti no of the Parts. how many parts an auto has until it hits a telegraph pole.1 Life. You never realize t-- Sold By grocers everywher ,. 4 llWINaSVn WINUSVILLE. . lllUUIIbbb - lF nilTIfiOK! Mr.ndMrs.ImLvkcsofnear; - THINK RIGHT. j I WWtbUVIl KY. i'.-ij- Entered according to act of Con-- j irress, at the OwinRsville, KyM Post fnee as -- second-clas- s THE OUTLOOK'S r: utesae Jner nutter. ubrription $1.50 7f.c.. i:at r. t v ?3 .1b HJMPSON. 45r, -- July "6lMuJrre..l- - 21, 1921 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge S. O CROOKS. EWIXG CONNER JOIIN CLARK JOSEPH WILLIAMS W. D. BAILEY For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanninp and Mnson H. Botts. ROBERT E. DUFF. Deputies: David B. Myrcs, and Isaae Grate FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY D. W. DOGOETT CLARENCE B. CASSIDY For COUNTY CLERK This is not the observation of a :i :.. l ... I. .1 ..l .. iiifltt and Sundny. mm 1V iioioim, urn 01 .1 man in iirtt Mr. and Mrs. Brvnn (Itidcell were street who has wentheri'il lunnv ailed Sunday to the bedside of the Moniis. He said that in all his ex-- j hitter's mother Mrs. Wni. Vonnp, of pcrieuce with llnaucial depressions Fork he had found the only true harom eter in the thoughts of the people. STEPSTONE. "It is a simple analysis," he said. Ren Thompson and wife went to "When people begin to think times Midway, Ky. last week lt see fho are going to get better they do get latter" sister Mrs. A. 1. Linton. ho better. I don't know the reason nor has just returned from it hospital. do I care, but I know it is true." .Miss Srtllie Rrid, of near IVeled O. O. Mclntyre, 'New York Day Oak, began the Sugar Grove bv Dav. Monday, July 18. Burl Stiill and family, of Bourbon Estimates placing Kentucky's 1021 ounty pent Sunday with the tobaN-corp at approximately 3S5,-H0parents H. D. Blevins and wife. acres compared to 550,000 acre .Mrs. Flannery, of Lexington, last year (or 30 per cent decrease) spent one day the past week with and the whent crop at t!,7(!4,000 bus. Clay Jones and wife. j i ompared to 5,010,000 bus. last yean, W. E. Jones and family, of Mt. are the features of the July crop Sterling, Tom Jones nnd wife Charlie for Kentuckv, issued today at Price and wife of this place, spent t .ikllivitli ntifl TVtmt.--f f.W lit itn TTiif 'undny with Mrs. Sue Jones. d States Bureau of Markets & Crop Ray Ratliflf and wile of Ohio, ca: with State Estimates in last week to attend the funeral ot ("ommissoner of Agriculture W. P. their son Granville. They returned Ilaiiua. i lat-ter- 's Wyoming, were visitors here Sntur- - Bathroom Distinctly American. Some ilny somebody will write a history of the evolution of the bathtub. It Is certainly a very ancient Institution. In the ruins of the trainee at Tlryns (which antedated Troy) hai been found a much damiiKcd bathtub of terru-cottwhich hutl a oIiik In the bottom, to be removed after use, In order that the water might escup through a hole In the floor. During the Middle ages bathing docs not seem to have been fashlonuble; and In Kurope at the present time comparatively few houses, even of the better class, have bathrooms. This Is true of London today, where the portable tin tub with a Jng ot hot water usually serves the purpose of ablution. The modem bathroom. Imleeil, with Its porcelain tub and other luxurious equipments, owes Its development to Americans. Pioneers Brought Cam of Quoits. Quoits, came to the American colonies with the llrst of the linrdy pio neers from the rural regions of Iiom who cmiie and especially from the borderland of KtiKlund and Scut In m!. Before the days of quoits was so populnr In thnt the subjects of kings hrjciin to nejjlect the practice of archery, and King Kdwnnl HI and King Itlclinrd II prohibited the playing of quoits Hint put In more men nnd youths and time on urcbery.' A old, reformer named A solium wrote a hook In 1547, and unions other things set down In his musty pages Is that "Quoltus be too lle for scbolnrs." He probably mennt that It was a game to be played only by common people. Kng-Inui- l, jun-powdKng-Innsour-tongucbitter-penned Cheap Feminine Costuming. Paint costumes on the Amazon eavc no ilri'iMiniLcrs' bills to pay. A clfiitlM who ba Jusr" returned from several years spent on the upper Ama- run where the natives Indulge, In heail bunting snys that the native women paint clothes on themselves. The paint Is lliclr only coMunie and they Imitate Hie clothes they see In fnsblon plates brought In by the whites. He says the natives are very moral, until cor- rupteil by whiles. The whiles are nfe In the Amazon country until they teal somebody's wife. In which case their heads are In danger. I . j THE OUTLOOK $ .50 1 I j A YEAR Good . Jh. re-po- rt I Why Gaps in Railroad Tracks. Steel car rails an- - subject to considerable contraction and expauslnn under the Influence of (i ronies of beat ami cold, the change of length rnll nmnnntlns tn nbout of n of nn Inch. It Is this space between the rnll ends which causes the clicking sound as n train muxes rapidly along the track. This sice Is an absolutelyof vital fnctor In railways, for the nfe operation disaster would swiftly follow If the rails were laid and fastened with the ends fitting closely together. three-quarter- s The only paper published in the county. advertising medium. JOB WORK of all kinds done on short notice at reasonable prices. Give us a trial. The Outlook prints candidate's announcement curds and fence mjiiis. Let us have your order now. L Friday. corroded. No, the passes these ntiK nils permit the .1 warp, shingle to buckle watch wasn't running when found. and In event of tire the IooM-nepieces readily fly off and beome a menace to vSentinel-Demtcrlooking backneighboring propert;'. Why use a shingle with a ward 40 years: nallT Col. Jno. A. Joyce has an InterestIndian Anesthetic. ing letter in this issue describing the While In'll'lnns'ihav1i" 1i anesthetics, Kretudentl-'Garfieldr properly speaking, t' ussossumhui of" onstant use 'smll'lty. Thej nenn of tlleJ dir.. Joyexj-wan- ' a1irys,,flppty'',tiil u.' 'to wound's. tragedy .and aw it. all. t WATTTA 'bruise ' and confusions for healing M SnimELL. Jr. purposes, and, as It certainly tends to GRANGE CITY' For Representative . It is reported thnt the corn '.Top deaden pain It not to eliminate It, Miss Audra Collivcr left Friday ?TL" VAN Y. GREEN. they unconsctously e nn anesfor an indefinite visit to relatives at of Bath county is doing well not- thetic. It Is extren. licult to THOS. J. KNIGHT. withstanding the severe drouth in Information fx t. . :lans regardalmouth. CLARENCE POWER. Hy because Rigdon Katliff has returned from some parts of the county. There is ing trephining, elt Judge. For Circuit . ' and their, of their dislike of not more than half the usual acreage drend of Interfet i visit to relatives in Covington. and punlsh-- i HENRY R. PREWITT. they associate! Teddy Story was at Fanners last of tobacco in the conntv this vear. ment. or because For Commonwealth's Attorney. "mnglc" with the nmctlce and there-- 1 veek. W. C HAMILTON. fore think It must be protected bJ iSeveral from here have been The Morehead News says it is re- proioiiiiu secrecy. 'MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT w'io the protracted meeting at ported that Noble Wiloughby It. T. MYERS Baromete' Reidirg. shot and killed Denhy Ramey. near Wyoming., MAGISTRATE. 6th DISTRICT. Generally fall'ng linrom-cte- r i a moonshine disLicking Union, R. S. Anderson, wife and laugh Indicates . OLLIE CRAYCRAFT 'n: a rising bnrome-testeady bromter fair weather ter Alline, of Owingsville, visited tiller and vendor of moonshine CHARLES MYERS foretells n continuance of the weather Mrs. May Phillips Sunday afternoon. IEPUILICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS at. the time; when low, this Is generally ' Ufa. Eli Oakley celebrated her i broken or bad nd when high, fair. Vr tatUr tally precedes a For tho third time, since it was A sudden ' hftfoth birthday Thursday. About 'BERT S. ANDERSON. v i'!i o of the wind 1s seventy of her friends were present. erected the Christian Church at Hills storm, ar IlOTtNBACK u barometric gtadl- In propon Mrs. Ella Myers., Mrs. Walter loro was struck by lightning one day ent. An utw urometer Indicates I led rick and Miss Emma Phillips, of last week. The building was also unsettled weather, gradual changes IniCYJdPlA dicate the approach of some permaWyoming, visited Mrs. May Phillips badly damaged by fire. However, the connecnent condition. The Christian Church Rave an ice Sunday afternoon. tion between changes of weather itd cream supper here Saturday night At Hazard, Perry county, Bony the pressure of the atmosphere Is by which was Iaiyely attended and quite Moore's Ferry Combs tfas shot and killed by T. C no means well un trs-- Clotin F R.u. r?.,.. Combs. The men were rival candi Salt Not Net- -- iry to Life. BiMrs. Geo. Warner and sons Claud v;s;fPa Mrs. Eva Stnten last Mnndnv. dates for jailer and their quarrel nste for snlt It Whether a " or elemental J's' P?f George Jr., returned home Wed- - j 0wen Withrflw has been sick for'i out of the clcection campaign. acquired. herem.i. a matter for discussion, and fur disauer a j gvenj aays hut ;s i,ett now. m ueorgeiown, I. gesday cussion thnt comes to no conclusion, ttwpWks' visit. with her parents Mrs Lucas ;s better of her Illness.' .Misses civilized' men arirt' 'Hunt, of Indian but thnt all nearly all leorg Swartr and,:Ife, uncivilized men' Tom White and family have rc-- . Creek neigh', iboo l wcie eat salt Is a fact. 1 lint mini can live Fbmar BJcvins and wife of Ohio, turned from Indiana and will make by lightning, one :u tnem rendered without the salt that Is taken from are vi4ang lealtives here. their home here. t ti.it.-unioiisciou fot Tliurs mines or from the .ea by evaporation" felvin Swartz, of Russell, spent seems to have ' "stablKhed, but Mr. Dink Otis continues poorly. day. c to take salt from who has used Ifew days with mother M.. Wilson Ford continues ill. It all his life - c gtte him considerTitiits Swartz. Miss MyrtIe,Lucas visited home able trouble: rinr iroubh? may "be tThe .receipt of :the! Dempsy-Car- !nrtral,'orsbh'Alc..l nrd'ir'ma1? be'n'h! last weeK. ,WitivtiKlifc oxcluMveiW)f:-thf- e 'i "bvaf DeVt.ifrfftfl. lli,'rioV'!aWeJ: nr. ijjedrjw-.h- i mnariniT T.lirni nuuiai .nil! j ri.kiiwuHA... n , if.r-r- ni I'ravnr t) j552 .mtlli a. u. SJY.OS. it .i I'lwvayi ,rfVt.rv, Ischool- hous.v1ery ..Sunday,, .nftery, iMa'ry' Wagaalenl ,'ma uiiiimiu ti i uu.u fam ojreuttt- Mary .Magdalene "probably takes her Mrs. George t tit spent .. niuin at n'iiiuiL tors. name from Magdala. the city where wjsV.wth tirr ,Vi.phter Mrs. M M AYm. Jones, of Midland, soon she once lived, which was situated Svctle nt .Russell. begin a meeting at Hed rick's. ( somewhere near Tiberius on the west j England is said to have killed 0 shore of Galilee. Ity some writers LHBorn Tliursday lo Charles P Miss Belle Corey has hod toisi!itis war horses in Mcsoptamia on Mary Mncdalene Ii set down as the JSrmm nml vnTt- ot I Khlnnd. a . ij " 'r ' i.r scleral uajs. fUfSr account of bight cost of transport- same person ns Mary of Rethany. sis-- , fepnl Kstill. j ter of Lazarus nnd Martha, while otht of Ashland, was tn- - Jtr. Johnson Purvh vnit. d Mr--. ing them home. K.-- ners claim that she nnd the "woman n, rA Staten and Mrs Mlie who wns a sinner" are nne and the ljisupareu's Wm. Moore oa- Wbrot iast Saturday and Sunday same. Rut (here Is nothing In the OUTLOOK $I.50 PER YEAR. dr.ytlast 'week New Testament to support their cbn-- ( tentlons. Nor Is there any reason, so pyffK. MiJianl M,Giothen, of I. t FORGE HILU Hall's Catarrh Medicine far as history tells ns, for the now ' ara ,. Kniittfon, viBitet her mother Mrs Jenrv Thompson .aridl-ilttm- lv of common opinion that she had been a tevearl days In.--t Ringo's M3I bpc.Uumla'yw,1l evnMthtStta;,hI,1n4 woman of Impure life. Gtgrye An Swart . crate Barber and family" "- b'v'n.fi'l,11 XUtitiSS Influenced "Breaking" Mongolian Ponies. MrsuAV. R. Jai'iiOD and Mrs J. L. HALLS CATARRH MEDICINR la a On-a- l of- LexingLowry Mongolinn iwmles roam freely on Tonic and .Blood Purifier, and acta through Iray'Trere.ui Wiucliisler Wednesday ton, visited the familAfof' Tom Craig the Mood upon the mucous surface! of the plains until wanted. They are Uia bodr. thua rednclnrr the Inflammation ' captured !y means nf n long birch ntbcsuiessr and restoring normal condition!. ' last week. All druggists. Circular free. pole, not unlike a fishing rod, on "bi'R. Swartz una little son Lac F. J. Cheney tc Co., Toledo, Ohio. Robert i,L Anderson' of Pittsburg, which a loop Is attached at the end. Wednesday for Boulder, Colo., came last week to .visit 'home folks. eft The rider goes In amongst a herd of ponies, cuts off the one he desires nnd So jbin his wife an.i son Chniles. iMiss Lucille Moore spent the weeK wings the loop over Its head. Then Oiarels' health is improTng. end with Jtiss Virginia Anderson. BILIOUS a second rider dismounts nnd grabs K'Rob't. Young o? Morehead, called Jliss Frances Clingir of Pittsburg, the frightened beast's tall. It starts jon his brother Clyd here Sunday. Long in Successful off at a gallop, dragging him on the rame last Wednesday for a two ground. When It gets exhausted It ifrs. Ethel Steele and Ittle daugh- - weeks' visit to .Miss Christine Die, Praised by aa Arkansas Is easily thrown, and a saddle put on Russell, came Saturday Rer.Doris. of Mother, "Soon Does It. It squeals and kicks when Qrst Uo" visit herparents hcte. ridden, but Is considered "broken." IU Work." Crops' arc suffering for want of feifrs. W. W. Pierce was in Mt. rain. Marm&duke, Ark. Sp?aklng of Human Beings With Tails. terling Friday- - oi I nsiness. which from rhedford's People wlm possess tails are not so long use In her household has become uncommon ns might be supposed. AcMrs Pierce. Keith of Mt. SteriW UPPER WHITE OAK regarded as "the family medicine," cording to a statement made by Proiillod on friends l.en Sunday, Mrs. Vanlandingham who has been Mrs. Mary E. Hill, ol Route 1, this fessor Arthur Keith. F. It. S., more place, ears: ."iifiss Mannie Swires Ol" W. Va is poorly is some better. "When the children get bilious, I than seventy cases of human beings with noticeable tails are known to siting her grand nriihtr Mrs. liz a couple of good Miss Ruth Jones !s 'on the "sick list. give themhave sour stomach, doses, and science. There are probably n good headache, when we saietn owanz. Born, to' Willie" Vanlandingh'nm or any liver or stomach trouble, wo many more, for people with this addiuse It Is an easy laxa- tion .to their anatomy ore naturally Saturday was sa lay here. Most anH wife, a son,. Kenneth' Brooks. tive, and soon does the work. I cershy about It, nnd so do not . K i.ttended by enud'ectes. .Mrs. Mbllie Purvis wriit Monday tainly think It is one of the best rem- somewhat advertise the fact. The real truth of Virgaline .'ones, .of Mt to spend a week with 'George Darnell edies made." Lit tie c BlackDraught acts on the Jaded the matter Is that everybody has an Stcrliac.'i- - the cms yt her. graa .and. wjfe, at Mt Sterling. liver, gently, but positively, and helps Inner tall, and our remote ancestors had an outer one. Rut the possession its Important (.unction ot throwaoih. Mrs. Kate C- - ttican. Tom and Austin Gudgell sold '7 It inout waste materials and poisons ing of a tnll being n hindrance, rather Wiaf'Camr.ci wi.v a d littlrt heifers to Frank Hendrix at 5 system. from the than n help. to walking, man lost this thousands of households s. ten seno.-- i iu ir i ne ' There was a double header ball In outward tall after he assumed an upis kept handy for immediate game here Saturday. ' White Oak de- nse in time of need. Prompt treatment right posture. often is half the battle, and will often feated Okla 10 to 2 then Reynolds' prevent slight ills from developing In' Difficult Art. 'LOCUST fiBOVE to serious, troubles. ville 17 to 7. It wns snbfh'y P. T. "Rarnum that during merit, Its Georgia u W ! up more than 70 years of successful use, the public likes to be humbugged." at Fafn i If1 s" or Henry Woodf hr agefl father should convince you of the helpful "It Is true." replied Senator Sorghum. "I'.u't the litimbu;;iiig has to he done g City. of Mrs. Carroll Hamilton was found effects obtainable by taking for liver and stomac.'' distiy ii man who matte n profound s ml iC City to b$ 4f unbound mindl y a jury orders.. A Jt:wis Wbittn Get a package today, and of it' as 'lln'ruttm did and even an ex- See that Ith .tbe same trick KiiJSvtMr, X ediid. uith liw Tuesday and ordered sent to the keep it in your house, f bears the words, more k. .'1. the package than 'once .or. twice. NC-lt- t ;.xella Whitton. and family, asylum, at. Lemgtou. " Thedforda ! I). Alexander visited her sUter Mrs. Cleveland Shultz at Prcs-- t in. Leslie I'ttcrback. aged about 31 COLE BARNES who had rciisiitiiptini'i jttitl" scvein" Deputies: Charles Brislnw and Cliff ther diseases .mil had suffered great Tfendnx. r ; nn for abciit two weeks,- - vh'rd Sut. For Tax Commissioner 'ay night, July 17. MTe was u son j THOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Bethe t'f Thos. I'ttcifiack. Remains went laid to rest in Keth 'graveyard, lie and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. leaves a wife nnd live' little' hiltlrc JOE ARNOLD a mother and father and two sisters Sbarps-liun- r, j Deputies: Roy May, of of Salt Lick. Mrs. Dan Blevins nnd Mrs. J. Y. and Stanley Clark Johnson, and one brother, For .Clerk of Circuit Court. all of Flat Creek. EARLE B. THOMPSON Cranville KntlilT, of Ohio. win. WATSON S. THOMAS. ame here to visit his aunt Mr.-.-. Will For Jailer visiting Mrs. Winnie . Moore also SAM T. JONES. Goodpaster took pneumonia at Mm. . CADE SNEDEGAR. Goodpaster's and only lived a few FLOYD CROUCH lays. He was 18 years old nnd was CLAUDE STATON. wife, lte a.sy.u yS.iR.v .RnllhT ani-TOR RTFPT.V. was.,hyd to. xv in tfje ravcj-ar,..... tjrA , ,t ,. Mrs. Kit-har- J. Our canned goods are Enactment of a Federal Sunday May from us nnd always Ret the best. "blue" law, proposing among other It. C. BYRON things the stoppage of interstate Chicken thieves are getting in their Sunday trains "nnd excluding Sundnv A campaign more or less active is ' work around here. Mrs. Espie Barewspnpers from the mails, will be i to M'eiire sijrnntures to Here's False Economy. ber bad nine nice ones taken from urged by the Methodist Central Sab-- ' An Important point In a roof Is the the Cooperative Mnrkcting of the her futtening coop one night last nth crusade committee of Nnshville, ue of a proper nail. Jinny builders Hurley tobacco. week. nowadays lay a shingle roof with orTenn., in a petition to he presented dinary steel wire nnlls, Instead i)f to Congress this week. Little Martha Washington Duff or td galvanized Iron cut nails, writes Arthur Newton Pack in Is.ine Darnell sold 12 good steers ontinues very poorly of typhoid J. !. Storey, who lives near llills-ro- , the American Forestry Magazine of fever. to Omar Rogers at 4c. f'liind n few days ago an open Washington. The steel wire nails are much easier for the carienter to hold Swiss wat h that had been lost In his mouth, as well as somewhat ace :0 years. Jhe silver back ease was cheaper, and moreadily obtained, -- i iflckly under the CONGRESS APPROPRIATES A QUARTER MILpreserved and the brass works hut they rust pro-'ii'.s - Watch the Following Prices or Unusual Bargains. MEN'S NETTLETON SHOES. ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00. MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG .OOSuit $40.00, $55.00 Suit $35.00 MEN $40.00 Suit $25. , slisrhtly Influence of the ! .v'lds. As time LION DOLLARS FOR HORSE BREEDING. Money To Be Spent Under Supervision of Army Officers To Raise More Thoroughbred Horses for Cavalry Purposes. OTHER "GOVERNMENTS U i. I'll' " t i ; 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. All Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits five-ye- GOODPASTER & CO. . . . u the-sceti- . (.1 Sftyl . MUCH C MORE, iv : VJ ; fv.i FiTiT-T- O ' i ob-tn- ln r, t ' fuT-4li- st-i- . ts . - i'wr' mule. Th.-- objects to be accomplished may be summarized as follows: "To promote and improve the prod- PTJatlpn. pf.a.mWjer of a million dol- - uction of horses and mules, lars to,,be expended, Jn horse breeding. "To stimulate the breeding of high While this, is a very small amount class animals cf the equine species, when compared wjlh ,the- millions of with a view to improving their blood expenditure mada..by jthe governments lines and conformation, and thereby of England, France,-- . Italy and Spain to enhance their usefulness and mar-i- n this work,,. it. Is, being effectively ket value. ts used to enlarge the number of thor "To protect owners, users and horses suitable for cavalry ers and dealers against unjust and unmounts, reasonable legislation. In explaining the plans of the "To gather, and. dlssem- United .States government for the lnate data on breeding, feeding, stable breeding of more and better horses, management and care of animals. Col. C. E. Hawkins, Quartermaster's "To promote and encourage iorse Corps, United States Remount Service, shows, race and hunt meetsj.polo; says: horse fairs and riding and driving by "The wory r brought out the fact mean3 of competing for prizes, 'and , that the Na' t i Defense demands, ribbons. . not only s up:n thousands "To encourage the use of the horse ot horses a ' 1 ?s, hut horse and commercially and for sport la healthy, mules of r ('. Jlng. Quality and outdoor exercises. iu breeding ' .ie horse and mule Is "To save the riding and driving what glvei. them the staying power hcrses from degeneration and extlno In danger and emergency, as well as tion. for the less si- - acular, but not lesslm- - "To .Imbue our people with a sen ire !,i with our otic understanding that the horse .and agricultural .i t mmcrclnl pursuits, mule. Is necessary for our National What Is true In Uc man is true In the Defense. i beast. Courage in the soldier we call save "Our Immediate concern. lai-fmpraje. In either case, the quality U the riding and driving horse and high that ot the will to stay whcn'i threat riass nice horse from extinction. Vft en'ed bj the common btallnct.tQ falter want to produce a truly American type oc cavalry norse a norse wuu ureeu-"Th- p niiicii uiiin5iiauure ana ueiear.i , Unljcif States Is the great ing and quality, as well as bone and horse and muje- - jnurket of thc.world. substance a weight carrier and the Our.ales, dpiiRndedt up'on .lis for. tho b?st general purpose ho?se known a major supply, pt their and boise that will weigh .from 1,000 to mules." Thousands upon thousnnds 1,250 pounds, standing from fifteen were sold fo'the, ilrl'tish, French, hands, one Inch to sixteen hands, tight Italian, Belgian.' jjreek and tthcr made, with good gaits, and action governments. The. supply that could r. walk, trot, gallop horse that can be sold was limited only by the ships '.rry weight and follow the hounds available for their transportation across c untry that the family can abroad, and by the fact that rations drive to church and also one that can were naturally of the first import. !toI6rhTS"own in hard warkon the farm The ftr&t cry frcm r.hrnad w.--.s for . breed-oughbr-tl-j. . ; patrl-portant, -.war-hors- es Realizing the necessity of govern- mcnt Interest, supervision and partlcl- palion In breeding of thoroughbred horses. It the United States Is to take her rightful position with the other countries r, the vorld, the United States Congress jias made an appro- - wagon, huccv. and harness and saddle manufacturers In short, of almost all the representative organizations In- terested In the future of the horse and SIM, BSHHHHbIbWHHBSH BlVBajBVBajflHSJBmVBRSSKSSSCBHBSaBSsCSI prjnnr SALT LICK DEPOSIT. BANK .THE BANK 'FOR ALL SALT LICK, As - - - KENTUCKY ns strong mid safe honest' and , prudence nifiluf it possible. " -We invite yoltt4' banking business ROUGH AND DRESSED I , HARDWOOD LUMBER OUR SPCIATIES; Flooring, Ceiling and idin g our 'Motto : Good MateriaLLow Prices ancLEair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY. Sl 30,-00- ".,7n "...SHSffi": next came the dcmind for am:'tu:iltlc:i3 the stuff that marie the hellish .'Ire that raked the enenr ; Mi theatre ot operations and his l.r.c- of On the herl.i of the crll for theses necessities v. i b .d t' e o:" for the war hpr.w nnd tV r m. le. ja quantities never b fo I. "Automotive v.rre ncI In great n lmhcrs. Y s, fiat Is ttr.e, and It will be trtte ln the Hut v.ar and the horse and ttie iniild continue to be Inseparable. The great ni.ltfury migrations of the past those. lndt--d- . of civilization. Itself are so Unlit d with the horse that his production ; nd Improvement n.-i- h tuld to h:.. b in s wonaerrui t.uallty. action and vigor se'horie for the farmer, and can be kept at a minimum one that cost. Almost every commercial and military use will be met by the progeny ct this breeding scheme, depen-d"i- it prlma-Il- y upon the size, quality lines of th, mares used in rnJ breeding. . "Among the stallions to be placed 'throughout the United States this .prng will be over one hundred head of HIC.il CLASS ItEGISTEItED THORO-ISRKDhis horses with plenty of a, p This type ot horse has splendid looks. draft. ....- S, und-.wif- - JHiLDREN Black-DraHg- Black-UrauRh- t, Black-Draugh- t. with Hi r.i. :;it!.e jouir inhas not killed the r.i: . dustry. Every men' her of the' specif . has a valuable and Imp rt:mt plce to fill, motive power to the contrcr.' The latter and the horses will go along together, each filling an Important and useful .sphere, The breeding of horn's and, mules, far from being abated, should be ptac- ticed In the spirit of the utmost cp- tlmlsm nnd confidence. True, the horse and mule market Is upset. The dc- mand, however, for every class will come again before the colts now brel mature. All our best Informed horse- men, breeders and farmers tecognlze this fact and advise doubling our at- tenilcn to the work of breeding. Meanwhile better hors s and mules should be the aim ot every breeder, We need better blood, more quality: a more valuable animal. A well bred, sound animal, ot good confnrma- Hon and quality ot any class, will al- ways bring a blgh price an! a hand- prcfit to the breeder. It is the scrub or ordinary animal thnt loses the breeder and farmer money. The scrub eats as much forage and takes as much care as tho high class anl- mal: and one has nothing at ma- turlty. The progeny ot high class, pure bred stallions, that have proved their courage, endurance and Epeed In competition, and selected farm marcs, c. Black-Draug- 1 ? bring the breeder an Increasing profit as the time goes on. "The Government is backing the or these better horses and mules. This work is being accom- pllshed by the War Department the Itemqnnt Service, under the Quartermaster General of the U. S. Army. e Black-Draug- "The last Congress appropriated a quarter of a million dollars to further these plans. The project also Is being backed by an aux!l!a-- y society of the ticmoupi aervics. Known as me Amen- - pt-r- Black-Draught- can Remount Association, composed of "Plans for an organization s'mllar. arrav officers civilians, breeders, to that In charge of Mrs.. Wadsworttt' , ranchmen, horsemen fan nvner3 are now undet- way In the Interests' ot of race horses drivers and. riders, Kentucky breeders and farmers." " - These stalb tiy. bone . :d lions pluc d in the stud through a 'in.: 4, will be available to farmers and breeders at a mini I 10 uoverntneni uuca mum fe. not expert to make money, but to ' make it no ;sll le and feasible for the farmer and breedtr lo get the service ot a hls'i class approved stallion for their sood mares. The object Is to nroduce animals of real value and use that will not only pay for their rearing, but bring a handsome profit when mature. We expect the prcgeny it maturity to make general purpose horses, cavnlry horses, riding and driving horses, show horses, hunters, race horses, polo ponies, depending largely uron the mares selected for breeding and the care in rearing the colts; a high class horse, both for peace and war, a link In the chain of our Natl nal Defense. The colts will belong to the breeder. The Govern-hencmcnt will have no strings on them, The owner will be privileged to sell them lo whomsoever he pleases at any time. Howevr, the Government poets to depend upon this source for its supply of animals In times both cf ace and war. "'The New York Jockey Club I may add, has established a halfbred registry at Avon, New York, with Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth In charge. This makes It possible for the farmers and owners of these colts, which will be to register same at a nom-wi- ll lnal fee cf $2.00. which registration Is strongly recommended, because, when the farmer or breeder desires to pose of these colls, a better price will be paid by civilians for the registered calts lhan for those that are not tered'. In addition to this, registration Is necessary If any type or breed of horso Is to be established and recog- nlzcd. All necessary information In regard to this registration can be had bv writlnir to HnlfArod Tleiristration Bureau. New York Jockey Club, Avon, New York. e. e, ex-sohalf-brcd- s. regls-thrcu- nt Sold only by dealers give tire mileage at the lowest cost . in history 30 x 3i $15.00 NON-SKID Reduction in all styles and sizes A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product