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Owingsville outlook: July 28, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921072801_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: July 28, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIII Old corn i selliii: nl ?4 a barrel ill this iMHintv. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MOVE j THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1921. 5 - NUMBER 2. PERSONAL Clara Arnold friends at llopkinsville. Mis i PRIMARY ELECTION 1 The fight against the inaniifacSharpsburg No. There ('.: Kollie Jones. Albeit Monday. J.: tine and sale of cigarettes in Ken- - at Wyoming Christian church Sat- .1. A. Power will make pictures (Jeo. Steele. S. ucky is shortlx to be launched in ' unlay night, .Inly .'10th. There will Saturday il his home on Ron to 1. .lis Lucille Catlett is visiting her Sharpsliiirg No P. Clark. Louisville. Parkland women, con- - bu plenty of good music and aunt. Mrs. Jesse Turnev at Paris. with the Women's Christina Tim Keains, .1.; .1. Y Snill. S.; Ben speaking by good speakers. Hogs are selling for $11. si Temperance Tnion are taking the Coiae one, come all, and have a Doyle. C. spendiii; his Coleman Elliott is TO THE in the market. Slinipsbiu-N. .? Ed Wright, initiative in getting the campaign good time. vacation at Olympian Springs. ('has. Brown. .1.; Robert Hart. S.; under way and haw issued the edict. Buy the host iec-te- a Orange Mr. and Mrs. Mastin, of Paris, ICE CREAM SUPPER "The cigarette must go." It is beFrank Hill. C lea. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shank- There will be an ice cream supper Bethel No. 1 L.C. William":. lieved the orgnuiution is preparing .1. If. STKKLK land last week. W T. Vi.. .1.: Bruce Crouch. C: io laiiucn an cain- - at East Fork schoolhoiise Saturday AT Mrs. I!. W. Kim-aileft Tuesday lames lliekey. S. puign Jiamlle Mnelia ami .lava coiuiv before the legislature at night. July 30th. There will be plenty to visit Rev. .1. Tyler Davis and wife Bethel No. 2 Lnlhr Jit Ik's! Mend the world over. Pieratt. Frankfort next January as part of of music and speaking. KIMBROUGH PARK at Ovford, Ky. If. C. BYRON" Porter Cray, Principal. nation-wid- e Robert Crouch, .1.: I. L. Ballinger. cigarette prohibition Miss Lvdia Jane Mavev. Assistant. movement. The editor of Ithc Outlook and S.: Robinson. C. FOR SA1.B One first elass .1 1- -1 brother. Virgil Thompson, spenl the South Sherburne Frank Shields, ARRAIGNED FOR SHOOTING MRS. CORNELIUS ROBERTS liuh Milrliell Wagon. .1. R. Brother week-en- d in Louisville. J. L .Collivcr. J.; W X. Maddov. C: . oOth. v. .i.i..- ir.ii i i i.i... A Co. Mrs. Cornelius Roberts died at .irini- ii MMiimuiM . woo siioi amii S. Calicrt. ticorge Alexander, of Logan. W. killed Dcnby Rainey in Rowan counher home near Wyoming Friday, July Wyoming No. .Ittlin Crain See Siam Soo. lanee on a Colum- Ya is visiting friends and relative I'nioii. Bath 22nd. of child birth. Funeral serv-ive- s Jape dray. J.: II. C. Gregory, C. ty, near Licking bia reeord. At R. I. ami A. T. in the county. county a few weeks ago. was arwere held at the Wyoming Wavne Williams, S. (Byron's. Thornton Kiehards i taking the raigned before Judge Huggc at church by Rev. J. R. Jones, of Wyoming No 21.. B. Darnell, citizens military training at Camp l She is survived by her husliester Sueilcgar. J.i Sam I Olivers. Morehead. and held to await action Olympian Orange Pekoe ten the Knox. of the grand jury under $7,500 band and five children. The burial S.; John Sneilegar. C. iee-te- a. Golden Dream coflYc. hud not wns ot the Allen graveyard. Miss (!enc Brother is visiting hci Hill Jim Mauley. Richard bond, which Willoughby R. C. BYRON". ounls. . Pinuey at Mt. Mauley. J.; Press Seton. S.: Diek given at last ; Mrs. S. aunt. Charles Hoop has returned to his Sterling. Bailey, C. &10 Colnnihia graphopliones from VACCINATE FOR TYPHOID home in Cincinnati after a visit to ! ' 1 V. .1. SIioiim I! Salt I.i.k No. Mr. i V. Young and children Now on display at K. I. Jo iS.-). The State Board of Health urges relatives ami friends here. His wife are visiting Mrs. Young's sister. Mrs. John Otis. J.: (taint North. C : Carl that every citizen of Kentucky, on remained here on account of the ill- jim! A. T. BvronV. S. Harry James, at Paris. account of the prevalence of the '"'ss of her child Salt Lick No. 2 Morton Knox, Oet our priees on eoal, lumber. typhoid fever, be vaccinated against James Arnold Mark has returned C: W. W. Razor. R. C. Reeve. J.; the lime and cement before buying. Right home from a several-weekAccording to the Teachers' Circle disease. The board points out stay at Jessie Mecks, S. priees and prompt delivery. that of the live million soldiers in eleven schools of the county report Hazard. WALTER YOUNV. COAL CO Liekiicr I'liiou Aaron Johnson. the late war not one hist his life by all the children within the compulMrs. Sue Rascoin, after a visit of W. M. McFarlaiul. J.; W. II. Lewis. typhoid fever am everyone of them sory age attending school regularlv. Samples of all new releases in several days to Mrs. J. L. Ewing, : (m H. Powers. C. was vaccinated with the same Columbia nvord will be received has returned to her home at Millers- 38 3S White Sulphur Sam Shnltz. AlBoth the County Judge and scrum the Stale Board is now using. month at E. I and A. T. each burg, Hp,, J. Pursall, S.: bert Wills, of Elliott count v were indicted Mrs. Logan Shearer and children. W. E. Jones. C. 'n,e Rrand jury for failure to The Outlook has received the first "' Olympia W. W. Peni.v, Elias There will be an ire cream snp-le- r of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. number of the Teachers' Circle, a discharge official duties. Children Admitted Free Hiahley. J.: Blain Hart. S.: at Tnnnell Hill Saturday night, Shearer's mother, Mrs. J. L. Mc little paper published in the irterest C Coy, near town. July 30th. Everybody cordially of the common schools of (lie cum. Preston W. 0. Satterfield. Lee Miss Marjory Rot Is. of Ashland, ty. The paper is full of interesting Hatfield. J.: T. M. Oonldy. S.: S. V. things and should nrove to bo ..f iftcr sending some time with her Johnson. C. Henry Triplett and Mis Cleo aunt, Mrs. much value both to teachers and J. L. Ewing, has retainKendall Springs Jroen, both of Indiana, were marJohn Hughes, pupils. ed home. As ried at the office of the County Arthur Copher. J.: Fred Reynolds. The School Rally and Coniincnce- Mrs. Roy Botts and children have C : J. B. Hampton. on Clerk Saturday bv Rev. R. 1 Bailev. S. nunt will be a big feature this year. returned to their home at Winches . Salt Well Mike Ceo. The date has not yet been fixed, ter after a visit to Mr. Botts' par Steele, J.; Enoch 500 Pairs Army Shoes. White. C: Waller but it will probably be the second I have just received 500 pairs of ents, Mr and Mrs. Press Botts. Lowry, S. my shoes which I will sell at the Miss Virginia Duff visited Mrs. OwiiiL'svillo No. 1 Andy Jones. Saturday in September. Teachers' Circle. aigh't "kind of prices. 10 a. in, FVHx Mastin at Shnrpsjiurg sev Newt. Cassidy. J.; Frank Cross. C.: CLAY ROYSE. week-aeral days last attended Ott Swetnam. S on Rose CHAS. LEE DARNELL Owingsville No. 2 Tom Barnes. the birthd.iy party given Miss Nellie 'Parkage containing two pairs Chas .Lec Darnell. -- on prop- TI. A. Lyter, J.; C. S. Hamilton. Cunnv. C: of Thomas C. Darnell and wife, di-- d 'Palm eBaeh pants was taken from Mr and Mrs. D. 11. Ellis, of New B. M. Ooodpister. S. Friday. July 2nd. after a Ion.- - ill our store County Court Day. Please Owingsville No. 3 J. W. Shrout, port, and G. R. Corliin, of CaliforreHira ffos package. He was the only child of Mi 1 if tt n steer cattle 2 years old, one Ford touring car, nia, Ky., who were guests of Rev. Jr., Sam Lathram, J.; Walter :ind Mrs Diimrll. wlio Imvc (ho svm twenty-on- e (JOODPASTER & CO. yearling steer cattle, one buggy and harness, buggy horse, one saddle, C. L. Lewis' and family for several Young, C; Lewis McCoy, S. j pntliy of Hie community in their some farming implements. oye sow and 14 shoats, days past, have returned home. ICE CREAM SUPPER The funeral services were eon- los. E Edison amberola, good as new, about 40 or 60 barrels of corn, SATURDAY. Tlierc will be an ice cream supper some household and kitchen Mrs. Lou Pieratt will visit her Everything is in readiness for the ducted iy Hev. .1. K. Jones. if Cvn- - some old and new hay, at Salt Well School house Friday brother, John Tipton at Mt. Sterfurniture. at Kimbrough Park tliinnn. The child was a sriindson some oats, night, July 20th, for the benefit of ling this week and go from there to Saturday. of Mrs. Mike llcdrick, of this place. Mr. Sam Shrout, of Mrs. Rosie Utterbaek. visit her sons. Everett Pieratt in Preston, and a corps of assistants flic lmrial was. in Owinpsville ceme- Montgomery county and Tipton Pie have been engaged to cook the din- - tevr. on IM us deliver you a Primrose ner and they will start cooking some ratt at Leon, Carter county. Cream Separator. Cream going" up, G interCarrying a. hottle of whiskey in time Friday afternoon and eonti.ri separators have gone down. There lie's pocket does not make a case throughout Friday night and S.it t'SHOOTS HIMSELF E. L. and A. T. i a profit for you. of transporting whiskey in the di- day morning. Mark Macintosh and Penney Bvron's. cct meaning of the law, accordin;.' Salt Lick, Wyoming and a combi G, B. Ward, hailing from somewhere in to a decision of .Tudire Martin, of nation team of Owimrsville ami the mountains, managed to get into Samuel Ijhic. d"i years old, lv. T. Sharpsburg will play two games of Paducali. in hi room at the the. picture show at Salt Lick with ball, one in llie'inornlng1 and one In hcid ITotel. Lexington Mr. Inie was out paying, and when asked to pay. angrily refused and showed fiirht. the afternoon. The.ro "will be a drav.- of ("areiice the room-mat- e ing lietween the three teams to deterWhen Mr. Ross Aljiey, who was col- mine the two to play the morning lectin;: tickets at the door, told them game, the third team playing the a they would have to pay or leave the , At Hillslioro lightning stmi-winner in the afternoon. knife with which Willie Cooper, 18 house. Macintosh started to draw With but three or four cxeeptious years Id wns whittling, cutting a se- his revolver, but before he could do all of the .candidates subscribed to vere ga-d- i above his eye and shock- so was knocked down by Mr. Al- the dinner fund and no doubt but ing Win into an unconscious tate. pey. A scuffle ensued, in 'which that there will he an abundance of Mr. Alpey's son. Clint Alpey, took food. "Major Bruce" Campbell, formerly part, and in which Macintosh's pisThere will be tents on the ground a of Lexington, necusel by Mrs. tol was discharged, seriously woundand these with the shade trees wil" MY YOUNG slstor. SO I shut off n!e& Rergdoll of having accepted ing him in the abdomen. He wns h sure ample protection from the jftii.OOit for assisting her son to cs- HAS A Ouija boartf. TO HEAD off any. taken to the Ashland hospital War- sun for everybody. Arrangements eHe. denies his guilt and has asked rants for the arrest of Macintosh have also been completed to FURTHER FAMILY ccandaL AND SHE beliarcs it have for an investigation. and Ward have been issued. AND TALKS to Noah. THEN I stopped to smoke. plenty of ice water on the ground all A CIGARETTE. AND I think sha fcilkn. l.v. It. A mysterious person, wearing a HEAVY CATTLE SALES AND AFTER a while TO HER best fellow. purple rolie and mask, has recently I lie following cattle sales have CHURCH AND SUNDAY SCHOOL WHO'S DEAD but dooan't know It, I CRANKED up weejes. been seen riding near Morehead. He e CONVENTION been made within the past few davs: AND ALL ot a sudden, is belived to lie the leader of an or H. S. Caywood AND I used to giro her. The annual church and Sunday bought for Swift & ganized hand of robbers operating IT STARTED oiT. THE LOUD, rudo lausn. Co.. 200 1.350-l- b cattle from Sharp school convention of the Christian in Eastern Kentucky. Rowan Co. Bros., AND QUICK as a ilaan. churches of Bath ctmntv was held now. BUT I'M Eorry of Sharpsburg, Ky., at 7 to News. IT SAID something. 71-- 2 BECAUSE LAST night, cents The same party bought here Tuesday. A large crowd at tended and an excellent program "THEY SATISFY." of B. T. Wright. 134 head weighins I WAS homo alone Meats and Groceries of Quality was carried out. The dinner was in about 1.350 pounds at 7 4 to 71-- 2 SO I got the board. I get them weekly so as to keep cents. Those two bunches were de- the school house tynrd and large AND PUT in a call. home-kille- d Choic fresh stock. numbers of people did ample justice livered here to Mr. Caywood yester beef, highest zmtle urud meats, a! FOR JOHN Barleycorn. to the many good things to eat. A Rood day and shinned. W. A. Tlinmncnn SATISFY" twit's the up a produce at the Just liRht so buy all AND OTHER departed spirits. more complete report will Ie made Chesterfield and see what exPhiladelphia. 50 cattle, of highest mail price. A square deal perts can do with fine Turkish BUT THE lino ras busy. A. B. Ratliff at 7 4 cents and same next week. and Domestic tobaccos when assured imm! a share of your trade FOR NOTHING happened. they hlcnd them in that were weighed up and delivered tonppr-f-ite- d. REESE WELLS, OIL WELL DRILLED Chesterfield way. You'll THEN I cheated a. little. day Mt. Sterling Advocate. say "they satisfy." The Olympia Oil Corporation, of AND IT spelled this. Did you know about the West Virginia, is reported to have ' NEW MACHINERY EVERYTHING TO EAT "GRAMMASHOTTA SEVEN." CheiterfielJ package of 10? drilled in a good well on Richard AT THE I have received and have now in Crouch's farm two miles south of equipment Olympian Springs. The drillers of Biggest Public Feeding operation an for shoe including machin- this well are very reticent about the ever attempted in Bath county ery for sewing or g and all well. Oil is snid been found was entrusted to us, thereby in other kinds of work requiring sew- at a depth of 425 feet. suring the Other wells ing or stitching. All work done will be sunk in the same locality. Best and Purest Foods promptly and in first-clas- s manner. obtainable, iust another reason Send your work in by parcel post fiordon Wintlirop, of South Carowhy we are Owingville's leading and receive it by return mail. lina and Mis? Flannith Brown, were grocer. CLAY R 7SE. iarried at the home of the hride's LlGGEVI' & f.iYLRS ToBACCO Co. lather A. P. Brown, proprietor of C. OUTLOOK S!.50 PER YEAR. Olympian Springs, Wednesday. visiting Nai-y OFFICERS Stone, I - ICE CREAM will be SUPPER an ice cream supper EVERYBODY'S i COLUMBIA politi-necle- COMING GRAPHOPHONES STYLE E 2 NOW $85.00 TEN-INC- j i Picnic Barbecue lc d I 11 Si-o- OWINGSVILLE RECORDS NOW 85c we snow Foun styles COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES $30 545 $65 $85 H Snttinhiv. JuIy Come and see this line and hear the latest records E. L. & A. T. BYRON WINCHESTER STORE - Cyn-thian- a. FREE lcl DINNER ALL GAMES MAKE MORE MONEY Buy a Pure Bred Buck AT THE SECOND FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE Bomb n Stock Yards Ky. August 1 ICin-hcvi- s' MAYSLIOK Musicians 200 Pure Bred IJucks and Ewe. To be sold at AUCTION to 1th Louisville, 2000 High Grade Ewes. FARMERS E BOYS BAND ATTENTION 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 rilled unless previoin account has been paid. I Tle Pies-Blevi- PUBLIC SALE o'clock ;t(lniinistrat()i' of the Hart, dct'oast'd, will of Win. Cari-nter- THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1921 JAMES R. STEELE about at the late residence Owingsville, Kentucky. J nd Run, in Bath of said decedent, county, otter for sale the. following A PASSEGER LINE NEW PICNIC-BARBECU- Picnic-Barbec- - i Ouija! Whais 4ne oood. word?" ... Beginning MONDAY, JULY 11, I will es tablish an auto line 1'rom Owingsville to via Mt. Sterling. Terms: All sales under 810 cash, all over Paris ESPA MAZE credit of four months, note that amount with good surety, bearing per cent, est from date of sale HART, Administrator, Bring your old tires in and have them reMyrs, Auctioneer. paired for the summer. Do not throw them away. Let us make new ones out of them for you for half price of now tires. All work warranted. CROOKS & STAMPER. VULCANZING EARL B. THOMPSON Em-An- ' clerk: OF'IIIE JS V CANDIDATE FOR Bath Circuit Court Subject to the Democratic party primary election August 6, 1921, Your support ami influence respectfully solicited. 3-- While you are Buying get the Best Hart, Schaffner & Marx CLOTHING Stacy-Adam- s half-solin- e I Shoes They go together LACY-COON- S AND tasmsaausssu CO. YOUNG J-OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. UNION HEAD HELD IN CALIFORNIA ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH FORCIBLE DEPORTATION OF JAPANESE WORKERS. .Oriental Association of America Ik 1 Well Pleased With Manner tn Which , Authorities Have Handled Situation ' Workers Return to Fields 1'ivsl Modesto. t'Hl. James. Slit-dent f Iawa No. 1. Fruit ami cc Otalde Workers' I'Hlon. and f.mncr memlier of me San Francis.-.- , 'luh .n the Pacific Coast Itaschall Ie.igue. wn arrested at Turlotk on kilti;i''"s aim rioting charges in mmuvliiMi with tin field workers from the Turlo. Great Parade of the Christian Endeavorers ELIMINATION OF WASTE IN PT3gv INDUSTRY REPORT IDLENESS IS DUE TO HIGH COSTS, SAYS REPORT OF BODY INVESTIGATING INDUSTRY. NEWS CULL1NGS From Kentucky Louisville. Mrs. Florence UcbrooK. North Twenty-fourtstreet, suffered h deep scalp wound when she violently to the street was thrown white alighting from a Jitney bus at Twenty fourth street and Portland avenue The Injured woman charged ih.it the driver of the car slowed down 10 let her off. Just as she stepped to lie street, she claimed the machine started ahead, causing her to fall. 018 .t-n- t SYMPTOMS WOMEN DREAD Mrs. Wilson Letter Should Be Read by All Women Inquiry Discloses Sources ot Prevent.!-bl- e down on tho business district of Waste Acute Natieial Shortage and did damage that will run of Houses Is Found Union Rules Into the thousands of dollars. Are Hit as Wronn. inen News service. New .irk. Half a hllllon dollars 'i it: thu cir in wages is being lutunemploythrough IniildiiiK industr Vv.Mim NewsnJiior O.venshoro.- - A wind and rainstorm of alni'.M c.vcIoiim proportions swept l deportation of VirtHUlly grop of Japanese l dis View of the cnni parade of l.VOiKl all of the Japanese .ire photograph shows the I'lah delegation lsald to have returned lo tin- - places from which they wort" removed forrl j Wy. The Sheriff subl ho believed rail icals led the mob FLIERS PROVE An Investigator of the Iewrtmvu Is of Justice ItureaH of Investigation In the Trlock district. triii. delcgnes tn with the tin- - sisili W.irl.i ihnsiitin l.inl.ioi i. i ..rk The ment, declared a report made public the Committee on Klimiliatloii of W.isie in Industry of the American Couni-ll- . The committee, iteil by Herbert Hoover, when he ti) was presiilent of tho council, asserted l.i. k of work was the outstanding ftici - Owenshoro.- - The beautiful home of Pirtlo on Parrish avenue was destroyed by lire witli a loss or $1.1.000. Very little insurance was carried. The fire was caused by a defeitlve tine. A. It. Lexington. Junior week at the University of Kentucky will be an annual to announcement affair, according made here by C. W. Buckler, state leader of Junior Club work at the College of Agriculture. Georgetown. Petitions arc being circulated here asking Gov. I: ' vin P. Morrow to pardon Prof. T. B Threl-kelconvicted on June l." and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Arthur Demuun. -- Kans-ui- s uil' GERMANY MAY DECLARE WAR Warfare Is But a Fortnight Away Former Minister Says, in Warning. BE VALERA QUITS LONDON PARLEY THEIR EFFICIENCY l "wh-Ie- 0 embracing Japanese the Western stales. 01 ANT GERMAN VESSEL IS SENT weM pleased with the iHnnner In TO BOTTOM IN American authorities are handATTACK BY AIR FLEET. ling Ihe situation at Turloci;." S. Secretary .f the association. San Francisco. Oil. The .laiunese t'A-00- As.etation of Anorira. I'.iii- - Mild. Washington. Tho Stale Department whs wlthotrt official knowledge of the leortalhHi of Jhjhihcso workers from hnrvvst fields in California. ITntH such renins are revelled. It was said, no ollicial cognisance will betaken of the incident Floating Mass of Steel Dives Under Bombs Rip Death Waves as Blows In Hull Army Officers Confi-- ' dent That Experiment Has Proved Theory. One-Ton , Ob Hoard the Destroyer lx'.trj, cn ability of niHto to Norfolk, Va.--T- he Farmers Losing Money. Indianapolis, Ind. A state of the result of the sending of a questionnaire to fanners and Iwnkers throughout Indiana was given out at the of the Itidlena Federation of Fanners' Associations. Six questions were asked. The tenor of the replies Hons front the heads of farmers associations is tha conditions anion? the fanners are unfavorable: that farmare losing mo:iey : that ers the only project of betterment lies in mi adjustment of price. enitllng Ihe fanners lo bny at prkvs as low-aIhcy are receiving for their products. head-liwries capital " 0e other. The dispatch of troops to Kobe because of the situation caused by the dockyard strike there lias Itidamed the workers, many of whr.m at a secret meeting In Tokyo adopted a preliminary plan to orgHni7 Japanese laoor Into n vast federation, similar to the American Federation of Labor, In defiance of Japanese law, which does not recognUe labor unions. Manslaughter Charge. recommendation that n charge of Involuntary manslaughter be returned againt Frecl'De KIllo(t at the result of fatal Injuries received by George Dittou while riding In Do Muncie, Ind.-- A Labor Crisis Forming. Tokyo. A tense situation appear devote-pinto be between laltor, on the one hand, awl the floveramottt ami 'v automobile, was made by Dr. I), r'nuik Downing, Coroner of Delaware County. The Coroner's ln eviration Is said to have revealed that the machine was traveling at a high rate of speed when it stnick the abutment of a bridge. Dittnn sustained a fractuied skull. German Cruiser Sunk. the Destroyer Leary. En Route to Norfolk. W. Va. Kombing aircraft destroyed the former Renuan light cruiser Frankfort CO miles east atof Virginia Caies after an tack, which Inith navy and army air officers had begun to fear would be unsuccessful. A bomb that failed to hit the target, but exploded in Uie water close to the starboard side near the bow, ent the cruiser down. On Hoard all-da- y Ins projectileo weighing a ton. sunk the former Cerman battle ship Ost heavily annon-friesland. a i:t.KH-toship, in exactly t!5 minutes after they opened their attack at 12:l.ri o'clock from an altitude of aiproxlmateI. 1.7(H) feet. Two bombs, which landed1 overboard within a few yards of the jwirt quarter, gave the death blows to the ship. missiles were Seven of the one-toplanes, dropped bj as many army which came from Iingloj ricld. Virginia. SO miles away, but immediately after the two had exploded near the port quarter the Ostfriesland began to settle by the stem. The bombs were launched by separate planes within a minute of each other, tiie first at 12:'Ji! o'clock and within live minutes the ship's quarter deck was awash slightly nd she began to INt to port In through As the water, nibbing rents tout in the hull by the l.Ki pounds of '1 NT Which the bombs carried, flooded omiurliuent after the big hulk went over grad-ttal- l until she had turned bottom up. She then was badly down bj the stem, and as she Marled the final plunge the bow rose high out of the sea to disappear slowly. Thus the end came to a once great -- hip of tho Cenuan navy, which took an part with the Cenmm first d battle squadron in the ltattle of and reached home safely afler having struck a mine laid by the l'.rit-isgrand licet. Naval men and several others of the thousands assembled on half u seoro of war cmft viewed the end of the big ship nlmoM in awe, but army men and particularly tho aviators were elated. Many regarded this as proof of the claim of Ilrigadier (Jeneral Wil liam Mitchell. Assistant Chief of the Anny Air Service, that the airplane Van making the battleship obsolete. t. .lur-lanh the airplane to destroj the capital shin was demonstntted off the VIr tinla Capes. Anny bombers. launch- - j j Two Bandits Escape. Memphis, Tenn. Two unidentified men shortly before noon shot and wounded, probably fatally. Kugene Martin, a negro employe of the Clilsca Hotel, as he was leaving the hotel. In the downtown section. They grabbed a satchel containing approximately tiTiOO which Martin was carrying to a bank, and escaped tn an automobile. Scores of persons witnessed the robbery. Judge Landis Favors Bonus. Chicago Stating that what he said might be reaon for Impeachment, Federal Judge K. M. IjiixUs, In an address before wounded soldiers at Ft. Sheridan, denounced foes of the soldiers' bonus bill. He asserted that if be were President be would "lire the whole outfit" at Washington who were "getting in one another's way trying to pass on the veterans' compensation pnqiosi- tlon." "As ona man who stnyed at home in peace and security while you fellows were lighting for our lives," said Uie Judge, "I am against stalling off this bonus proposition." Blow Aimed at reAustin, Texas. A resolution questing that a bill to prescribe penalGlaring Lights Barred. ties for persons "disguising themselves Columbus. Persons who used spot- and violating the laws of the state by lights on their motor cars must adjust Inllicting punishment upon persons them so that the light will fall to the against whom no legal complaint had right of Uie road and not more than M been tiled" be submitted to the Texas feet ahead ot the car. The Pence law legislature was presented to Coventor goes Into effect August 1G and requires Nefl by Kepresentatlve Pallium. It this regulation. It also requires anti- bore the signature of 19 State glare lenses, which must be approved The bill, Mr. Patmati said, by the Highway Department was aimed at the Klan. liepre-scntatlve- within be ei"-cleiii:i FALL SHORT OFFERS for- - BRITISH iiigln," declined Andiv uii-OF IRISH DEMANDS, IS Minisier of War. "1'ramr would he tn.ilUli to cikI uddltioual forces in REPORT. she would be I'pper Silesia bund to be caught between the two j tunc rurthennorc. tires.' lie added. Inside informal inn that the Soviet lu Slur Femers Evpected to Return to Man If prejiaring to uuircli tipoti War London For Conferences Next Week i;ennan-I'oliwar .aa .oon a- - the Offer? of Lloyd George Exceeded again is on U begun. Thus ICunqie Demands in Many Respects. colitllct which the the eve of a terrific allies ar powerli' to prevent b any I.Ioyd Mi'pl the most ircnuou- David London - Premier The end of the whole dreadful busiw linen ofter to Dc Valera ness is lot in the misis and dread of wns more than the Sinn IVin expectuncertainty " ed in certal.i respects. It was regardhowever, because ed as Uimliin. It was suited in authoritato concede tive quartets that informal sugges- it fails according to three vital information tions have been made for American Intervention in tho I'pper Sileslan trouThe British Cabinet authorized the ble, which. It is feared, will result in It Is understood in granting of a broad measure ol domesopen hostilities. said ollicial quarters that Great Britain con- tic independence, but the offer is deto have siders the dispatch of more troops .i mands, fallen short of De Valera's hecatite : I'pper Silesia to be unnecessary and 1. The il'iaminl coutrihiilbm to I lie impossible, and thai all tho facts with British i:chequet to facilitate the regard to Silesia already are available liipild-itis n of the war burden for the Supreme Council. though it Is less than the .s'.HV At the same time. It i held Jo bo unnecessary to summon a nuiimittee iHXI.OoO required under the home roils of experts. s li:'.s been suggested, to act. The spei-.alies between I'lster pass judgment upon the question of the Sileslan bonrilary Im! Clinton. am' Westminster still aro retained. I!. The British occupation of Irish Secretary for Finroign Affair.- -, recently a meet- ports is insisted upon sent a note Ui Paris sugge.-tln-g When De Valera told I.Iojd George ing of the Supreme Council be conthar the proposals did not provide ;i ducted in Boulogne July S. BritPrior to the dispatch of this note, basis for further conference, thepress ish Premier is reported to have l.ord Curom understood, it Is r si him to len ain in London for with the Trench Ambassador parleys. here with icganl to Sileia and other IV Viilera. however, preferred to for solution b the matters prv-sito Du'illn for a new consultation Supreme Council, and that the Foreign Secretary outlined 'he necessity with ail leaders of tho Sinn Coin. meeting of the for a meeting of the council before There will l.e no full I will confer end f Jul). cpeciall as Premier Kill, but ihe President .1. the .1. O'Kelloy, David Lloyd George might not be Willi Michael Collins. Mulcaliey. Prof. Mae.N'cal and available If a later dato were chosen, lilcharilBrngha. who. with Austin Stack, t:s ho then, probably, would be in Cahlll Washington attending the dls.irnn-mea- Comuiau.laiitt Barton and Arthur Griffith, reprcs.-nthe thinking and acting conference. forces of Sinn 1'eip. 4 "Silesia has shoved every otlter If this secret conferenco agrees toj backtopic Into the a resumption of the liudou parley? ground." It was said in a usuall.v the same delegation will return next' qe.artpr hero. "It is the receiving the consideration in' week and De Valera will resume tins light for Ireland's complete unity and the Kuroponn governmental heads. fiscal independence , profoundly fearful of the if the match Is touched It Is Mill Race Is Dragged. impossible to say where the llames will Spriiigtield. O. Police and city and exiend." 'Ihe American Government's policy with respect to the Silcsian county olllcials dragged the Itubsou .mil similar disputes, it is pointed out. mill race and Mad Kivcr, west of Ih'i has been one of uonintervcii;lon, unless city, for the body of a young woman, the situation was Mich as o threaten hut finally abandon."! their efforts Wesley Newiuml found a complete out hostilities. lit of woman's wearing apparel neat the Ohio Masonic Home grounds and Sweet Bill Passed. notified police. latter P. M. Bruney, Washington. In who lives near the mill race, reported time the Senate passed the Uvcet bill he had seen a young u.niuui standing to consolidate all Federal Agencies on the bridge in a bathing suit and that dealing with veterans and extending she was preparing to d!ve additional benefits to disabled former service men. The bill now goes lo conDetectives Scored. ference witli the House, the principal Washington. descrip Aroused by Senate amendment being a centraliza- tion of methods used by private detection of administering soldier relief in in obtaining information about a veteran's bureau Independent of any tives miners--. department. The War activities of union Tennessee, Senator Government Demo Kenneth MeKelhir. Bisk Insurance Bureau, work of the crat, at the hearing before the com Board for Vocational Training, which investigating disorders in the would be abolished, and Bureaus of mittee W. Va., field, Mingo. declared It was minthe Public Health Service which not "rigat" for men to work themister to war veterans would be under selves into the coiilideiice of union olllthe new bureau. cials and then to "report to detective agencies as to what wa,s goluv on." "Got to Get Well." New York. Frank l'arino. H years War Taxes a Bother. old. who ripped a gash an inch long In Cedur Point, G. If Ohio druggists his heart while sharpening a knife, "has got to get well." Tho-- e are his could have their say, miuh of what own words, and physicians say lie will they term "the red tape" they have to recover. They opened his chest, stitch- contend with in the conduct of their ed up the heart, and presently the business would be done away with. "It pluckiest patient the Holy Family Hos- seems that every time I take in a pital has ever known c.ime smiling out nickel have to lick three or four revfrom the ether. "I'm going to get enue stamps and write a couple of well. Mother and brother have to cat, pages of re.ord." is the way one druggist summed tip the situation. and I am their only support." lVland r "Wit mid ;! many fort a this industry who.-- e critinil condition is attributed primarily to high i, .Ms ,.f const ruction. Tho report said thai waste was causing huge losses In building which, including all trades . mini labor, ranked second and among industries and contributed more than S::.(X'0.ot)0,t0O yearly to the The chief wealth of the nation. sources of waste in the industry were, to the report, irregular em.icon-dinployment, liuilicient management and Customs wasteful labor regulations. or conditions prevailing throughout the Industry ar.d poorly designed equipment arc given as secondary hi 11 1 - unaii-eptable- piin-cit'b'- l fit'-the- re-tu- ng t A!-ti- cone-queilie- s recorC-vreakin- 11 1 London.- - It was reported here that Mrs. John Suyior, of Boering, this county, is dead from the effects of a beating alleged Indicted by her Joe Saylor. Say lor was captured In Bell county and lodged in the displays ever undertaken. The pyrotechnic display, which will cost nearly Life passes while we reflect, but London jail. SIO.OOO for the week, will depict tho life escapes If we do not. ' causes Nights, each night of the Louisville. Marie Bell sued the Arabalaii The annual economic loss due tn acpart of that fa SWAMP-ROO- T IiOiiisville Kailway Co., demanding week to he a different high as WOMEN 'NEED cidents was estimated as mous story. One of the features of ?'',."(i" damages. She says she attemptmethApplication of safety persons will the distdiiv. in which 400 ods. It was stated, would save the In- ed to leave a car ou May SO, VMl, and take part, will be the harem dance by Thouand of women haTe kidney dustry l'.'.OW.oiHl days work a year, was thrown to the ground ami severe- 75 young women In Uie midst of burst oladder trouble and never suspect it. and loss through duplication of estimates ly injured. She cnurgos negligence on Ing rockets and flares. Women'!i complaints often proTe to b and designs, and duplication in bid- the p.irt of the crew 111 charge of the nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. ding, was said to run Into millions. An car. London. William Powell, who was If the kidneys are not in a healthy acute national shortage of housing exLivings-tolust Saturday by-- condition, they may cause the other ot ists, the report stated, because of proFrankfort. George B. Ilarrod, SO, Is shot at become deaed. Phllpot. Jr.. hibitive construction costs to houseFranklin coun'y's first heat victim. He Town Marshal Lew Hospital here. died jans to in the back, headache, less of amPain In Pennington holder and banker. .Many union rules dropped dead while powing a tield on at the bition, nervouneiw, are often times sympwere condemned as "absolutely wrong" his farm in ihe Bald Knob section of his dying statement Powell said he had toms of kidney trouble. daughter from their home Don't delay starting treatment. and both employers and employes the county. Mr. Ilarrod had not been brought his Dr. county for treatment to a Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot- , a physician's were blamed for restriction of output. well for several days, but decided to In Jackson was leaving obtained at any drug store, may regulations In the past have do a little plowing. He had been in Livingston physician and "Puion In his pocket be jut the remedy needed to overcome produced enormous losses," said the the field but a short time before bis with a bottle of medicine ich condition'. when Phllpot charged him with having deatli occurred. report, "through direct or indirect Get a medium or large size bottle imwhisky and ordered him to put up his of output. Workmen and conmediately from any drug store. hands. When he protested that he bad However, if you wish first to test this tractors are beginning to appreciate Glasgow. 4Jne operation for appen- no whisky. Powell said, Phllpot shot ration send ten cents to Dr. that reduced output reacts in tremendicitis usually is enough for one per- him and took from his pocket the bot- rreat prepiCo., Kilmer & PinRhamton, for a Greatdous fashion upon themselves. son, but Vernon Jackson had to have medicine. Powell was ample bottle. When writing be sure and between workmen and four before he was through. He was tle filled with er family. mention this psper. about 40 years old and had a Is an absolute essential. brought here recently and the offendemployers Phllpot filled This co operation must lie attained be- ing organ finally removed. Three times was veleased. a bond for 51.000 and Fault finders are never out of a job. fore we can appnsuh ihe elimination beforo he underwent an operation, but of labor difficulties. Such each time the appendix was not in Cutlcura Soothes Itching Scalp May Meld. After deliberating for one however, ia impossible without condition that would permit its re- hour and forty-fiv- e minutes, a jury in On reUrlng gently rub spots of danthe removal of causes of friction and moval. Cutlcura the murder trial of Charles Tibb, un- druff and Itching with shampoo Ointthe working out of plans lo this end." with der indictment for the murder of his ment Ncit morning water. Make W'ilh ftvt .if tlm n.lrish. wife, returned a verdict of guilty of Cutlcura Soap and hot t fnnpiss flttnnflrrl tho ilpilicntlnn of voluntary manslaughter and fixed his them your everyday toilet preparaUons More Suits Planned. years punishment at eight years In the pen- nnd have a clear skin and soft, white .More prosecutions of the original church forty-seveWashington. trade associations, suspected by the ago, the Christian church at Buckner, itentiary In the Graves Circuit Court hands. Department of Justice of violations of several miles from here, was dedi- at Mayfield. A second Indictment love Is only Hp deep. Much iintl-trulaws, may be expected soon. cated. More than a thousand peopleat-tende- d against Tibbs charging him with the which were under murder of his sister-ln-lathe Mrs. Ola Attorney General ll irry M. Daugherty Force of Gravity. General Ihe direction of the Itev. W. J. Clark, Bennett, may be called at the present The Attorney announced. Force of gravity varies according to divulge no details concerning Sparta, ami Uie pastor, the Itev. W. B. term of court. Following the killing height above sea level nnd distance would more than from the equator. As the force of the class of concerns under attack. Dantler. of his wife and sister-in-laCot tain cases to he brought by tho sixteen months ngo, Tibbs attempted gravity Is 32.1612 feet a second In Bowling Green. Whitney Stovalle. suicide and shot himself through the Government, I' Is said, w'll he aimed York. 32.152S feet a second In aged "0, a fanner, residing near Set- head. He was so weak that It was nec- New Francisco nnd 32.1184 In Key to check ptactlces by trade associaSan tion gtotips which .ire held to be In tle, Allen county, Ky., was seriously essary to convey him from tho county WesL an object would weigh most In restraint of trade and destructive of burned when he stumbled into a seven-fo- jail to the courthouse. New York and least In Florida. sink hole with a lautern while competition. seeking to rescue a cow. The gas Ig Pineville. Winding Its way through Raven Always MisehlevrstisV nited from the lantern, causing un ex Mine Owner Kills Self. the narrow gorges of the Cumberland The raven can be taught to articuplosion. Stovalle's hands, anus. legs W:ishington.--IIu- gn W. Fiillerton, 51 mountains, a new railroad Is to be late. It Is mischievous when tamed, cow was and feet were built from this city and MIddlesboro to showing a disposition to hide things, years old, ol Springfield, O., wealthy badly bunied. burned. Tho Williamson, W. Va within Uie next like Its cousin, the crow. mining operator and engineer, shot five years if plans of Indianapolis caphimself through tho left 'cmplc when Louisville. Blood poisoning as the italists are brought to fruition. The In his room in a local hotel. He died The Quiet He Missed. result of picking a pimple 011 her lip road would have a grade In some two hours later without having regain"Tou used to say that life without Uelatlves say they with 11 needle was the eause of tho places running as high as two per cent mo would be an aching void," said ed consciousness. Smith, are unable to assign a m.Hlve for bis death of Mrs. Myrtle 201 W. 47. widow and would be operated, in part at least, Mrs. Gabson. Breckinby electricity. The proposed road Is art, but his Washington associate. ay of Fielding Smith, "So I did, my dear," replied Mr. Gab-sowearily. "But I didn't stop to he had been despondent for the last ridge street, at the Deaconess Hospi projected by M. E. Mogg, a coal operalew weeks because mining ventures in tal. When an infection set in after tor, of Indianapolis, and a group of think that the void would have the Mrs. Smith was taken to the hospital. associates who recently have acquired redeeming quality of soundlessness." the far West had been affected by the Dr. ('lev os Kichanlson performed an 100.000 acres of Kastcrn Kentucky coal Birmingham business depression. operation, hut tho Infection spread land. The deeds for this land require and caused her deatli. that a railroad be built within five Dangerous Drinking. Nix on New Buildings. years. Keprecntatives already have "Yes I've sworn off." "Now?" "It Washington. The Mary Belle HaNell sued been in this section seeking local aid is more Important now than ever." Louisville. Congress will not appropriate a cent John G. Hager for .?2,OI0 damages, al- in the construction of the line. Louisville to build a new postellice or any other leging that an automobile lu which building, unless there Is a she was riding on the Bardstowu road Federal Louisville. New methods of detectgreat emergency. This was decided on June K last, was struck by defend- ing and treating old diseases were by the Re- ants machine, she receiving injuries. shown in laboratory demonstrations upon in executive session publican members of the House Public T. G. Kills wants $1S2 damages from given under direction ot Dr. Lillian H. Buildings Committee, who soon will the Klein Foundry Co., claiming his South, at the county health oflicers' make public their ruling in memoranautomobile was damaged to that ex- conference at the State Board of representatives. tent when struck by defendant's ma- Health building. Dr. .1. X. McConnnck dum to individual The decision ends the hopes of many chine on June 'Si lust. presided at the meeting. The funcJust think, a 3Ec box of P. D. Q. IPesky Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and West tions of tiie State Board of Health lab- Devils Quietus) makes a quart, enough to Virginia cities. Louisville. The University of Louis- oratories were outlined and Illustrated kill a million Bed Buns. Roaches. Kleaa Cooties, and stops future ville has Just issued its 1021 catalog. by Dr. South. The Schick test for or killing their Kg. and doesGenerations by not Injure, Bed The reorganisation of the university diphtliorla made recently on school the clothing.D. Liquid Are to theBugs Bugs Berlin Is Unconcerned. Q. is like; Bed Is P. stand following departments, children was discussed, and pupils hav- as what a chance as a snowball tn a justly (rood Berlin. The recent nolo of proles' comprises the famed heat resort. sent to the German Government bv which are open to both men and wom- ing positive and negative reactions every package of P. D.Patentto spout free In I., enable rou to en : The college of arts and sciences. passed through the audience showing kill tliem and their nest eggs In the cracks. M. Chitcherin, Utissian Soviet Foreign Minister, against the expulsion of M. the graduate school of arts and their arms to the visiting doctors. The Look for the devil's head on every box. Special Hospital sute. Krestinsky, Soviet .Minister of Fi- sciences, the medical department, the use of the typhoid vaccine was also det5t. makes Ave gallons; contains nance, from Bavaria, has caused 110 school of public health, the law de- monstrated and Dr. South told of the thre spouts. Either size at your partment and the dental department new whooping-cougvaccine which Is or sent prepaid on reconcern in Berlin politcal circles, ceipt of price by Owl Chemical university now offers 200 courses worklug out successfully in this state which received the message from the The Works. Terre Haute, Ind. German representative In Moscow. The of study in sixteen different depart- and others. One of the most Interest- I note threatened to cut oft commercial ments. The faculty of all the schools ing features of the program was the and economic relations with Bavaria of the university, including professors, opening of a rabfd dog's head. In order unless full apologies were forthcom- assistant professors. Instructors and that the process ot analysis for rabies nssltants, numbers about 2o0 members. might be shown. ing. broth-cr-in-lavi. o. n ot n, Sixty-seventh Courier-sTouraa- Clearfield. Pa. "After ray last child was born last September I was unable Lexington. Kighty five per of to do all 01 my own the typhoid fever cases in the city durwork. I had severe pains in ray left side ing the recent epidemic were traced every month and had to a milk supply, according to Dr Mark fever and sick diziy V. Zcigtor. of Washington, epidemiolospells and such pains gist, who Investigated the can so of the during my periods, Dr. Zeigler does localized epidemic. which lasted two attempt 10 say where the milk was not weeks. I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's contaminated before it left the dairy, j Vegetable Comor after, but lie announced that the pound doing others supply has been cut off and that tho so much good and peak of the epidemic has been reached, i thoueht I would eiva it a trial. I have been very glad that I Ijiuisville. More traffic otlicers are did, for now I feel much stronger and do needed in the congested districts to all of my work. I tell my friends when helped me, and me prevent automobile accidents, accord- - they askmust what grand medicine. they think be a And Ing to resolutions adopted by the Opti- - it is. it You can use this letter for a tesmists Club, urging that they be sta- - timonial if you wish." Mrs. Harry A. tinned where needed and pledging the j Wilson, R.F. D.6, Clearfield, Pa. The experience and testimony of such support of the club to the movement The reso- women as Mrs. Wilson prove beyond a for eliminating accidents. that Lydia E. lutions were presented by the public doubt Compound will Pinkham'a Vegesuch troulffalrs committee of the club and au- - tableby removing thecorrectand restorbles cause with tho ing Uie system to a healthy normal conthorlze the club to proper authorities in securing better dition. When such symptoms develop as backaches, bearing-dow- n pains, distmllic regulations. nervousness placements, and "Uie olues"a woman cannot act too prompUy Louisville. At the state fair this in trying Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable year. September ll-lthere will tie Compound if she values her future comone of the most elaborate fireworks j fort and happiness. . .1 ,1 J 4 i KILLS PESKY BED BUGS P. D. Q. h dnis-g1.it- . Skeleton Is Found. Hayward, Wis. With the fiuding by Indians of a skeleton in a boat at the bottom of Squaw Ilay, at Hound Iikc, state officials here have reopened in vestigation of the disappearance four years ago of the mother of E. T. Hill, farmer, near here. Hill, who Is 10 years old, was arrested and formally charged with murder. Mrs. Hill disap peared while on a visit to her son. Her borne was on a small farm near Wis. She had been at her son's home only a short time when shs left Du-ran- suddenly. Cleveland Judge Backed. Columbus. The Supreme Court refused to allow an order to be issued requiring Common Please Judge Homer G. Powell, of Cleveland, to appear and mow cause why be should be allowed Germans Ignore Appeal. Berlin. Maxim Gorky's appeal to Gcnoans to. help starving ICussIa has met with slfght The general attitude appears to be that Germans are In no condition to help anybody, and. If they were, they would not support Bolshevism, which Is charged with responsibility for the bad harvest through failure to furni-- h peasants with materials and discouraging the willing by confiscations. Tho Vosiche Zeltung only hopes "the Germans will not confuse the Kusslun people with Bolshevism." Alleged Slayer Is Shot. New York. Several hours after lie had alleged to have slabbed to death Mrs. Anna Cornal, rooming housekeeper and collector of rents. Aurelio F. Coliucner. a younu Spanish student, returned to the building, brandished a knife beforo several tenants, and was shot twice by a patrolman who was there investigating the woman's murder, lie was taken to Bellcvuc Hospital and charged with homicide. was described by other occupants of the house as a disgruntled roomer. r Mexican Oil Fire. Mexico City. --The Amatlaii oil fields are on lire, with drilling towers falling like chaff and tiie workmen tleeing, to report received hero describing "the greatesi catastrophe 111 his- tory of ihe oil Held." The financial loss will be several million dollars, says the advices, which add that the contlagra-tiodwarf into Insignificance for Por-drDel Llano disaster. One report Is that the lire was caused by lightning, which Ignited two wells simultaneously. The consensus ot opinion among oil men is that the lire was accidental. Downfall of Soviet. u o members Lexington. Twenty-nin- e j Kandolph, of the local posts of the United Con Pa. Thomas Grand Army of business man, who disappeared and federate Veterans and the Kepublic were made members of was declared in letters to his father Hugh McKee Post No. 07", Veterans that he had t.e 1. kidnaped and was of Foreign Wars, at a luncheon and ransom, and celebration. A feature was the presen lieing held for ..V),lHXl who returned, was taken to Mercer tation to the post of a large photoJail in default of S7.1KHI ball. Georg." graph of Captain McKee. for whom V. Craighead, Postolhce Inspector, of Uie post was named. The picture, Pittsburg, tiled a charge of having made in Moscow in ISliT, was present ed by Mrs Thomas H. Clay, to whom used the malls In an -- 'lenipt to di fraud and attemptinc to devise .1 Captain McKee presented It on his last from H. V visit to the United States a number of scheme to extort years ago. Kr.ndolph and others. "Kidnaping" Victim Jailed. Sharon, j Kllzjtbetbtown. Jesse Irwin. 0. was instantly killed on the street here. A hay baler, drawn by a tractor, was passing and he and two other boys had got on the baler to ride, but were made to get off by the driver The Irwin boy, unobserved by the driver got back on and fell, the wheels passing over his head and neck. The driver of the tractor did not know the boy had been killed until be had driven some distance and was stopped by onlookers and told of the accident. The boy Is surviveil by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Irwin, and a brother. and all skin troubles can be cured with Bismoline. Money bade if first box does not show resUts. 60c by mail. F. H. Young & Co., Toledo, O. ECZEMA Wilson Policy Binding. Washington. The "understanding" reached by the Wilson administration, deferring Interest payments on loans made by the United States to allied nations, will be binding upon the presia hear the latest suit In the McGan-nd- ent administration. Secretary of litigation in Cleveland. This was Andrew W. Mellon stated bethe second attempt on the part of per- fore the Senate Committee. The Secsons charged with conspiracy In the retary, however, did not disclose the natter of the testimony of Mary E. policy which be will pursue in making Neely, principal witness against collections, and advised the conimiitcc In the second trial at Cleve- he had reached no agreement with any land, to unseat Judge Powell. of the debtor nations on the -- abject. n 1 , Foot Is Amputated. Torre Haute. Ind. llil'scl! Jewel, year old. of Coal Blufl, Ind.. suffered the loss of a foot :.t limine railroad yards, when an engine hacked into three ears beside which he was lying asleep with one foot across the rail. Jewel, with a friend, was waiting for a freight train to leave foi- Coal Bluff. tin hearing Jewel scream, tho friend jumped ami ran. but was overtaken otlicers and made to accoin- iaii Jewel to St. Anthony's Hospital. The injured man will ree-ive- Operators Accuse Rivals. Washington. Counsel for coal operators in lite Mmgo (W. Va.) fields Intion of h'rge liuuibers of persons be- sought to show before the Senate muse of the crop failure In Utissja, is vestigating Committee that initio ownsuggested by the Bote Fa lint", Soviet ers In Illinois, Indiana. Ohio and Westorgan, which asserts that 2.1,0110,000 ern Pennsylvania had conferred with Russians ure in Immediate danger of miners In an effort to unionize- West dying. An ollicial dispatch from Mos- Virginia mines to "destroy their comcow, the newspaper says, verities re- petitive advai.iage." A. M. Belcher, ports that the situation is most serious for the operators, charged that a con ami that death Is threatening a majorspiruey was entered Into 2:t years ago. ity of the population of the Volga re- bad existed siiue, t.tul ciilmlrated a gion. year ago in the strike Berlin.- - Tiie possllU downfall of the ICiisslan Soviet Government, unless hit mi, are found to prevent the starva- Frankfort K. L. Griibbs, superin tendent of the city schools of Junction Citv. was granted a state diploma by tho State Btiard of Kxamlliers. The diploma is the highest certificate granted by the state, and entitles the holde-t- o teach for life. In order to get a state diploma an applicant must pas an examination of eighteen subjects, county was Maylield. -- - liraves brought face to face with the most tragedy it lias ghastly anil known in a generation, when the charred bodies of eleven persons, four adults and seven children, were brought here from the Hickory neighborhood to be prepared for burial. All of ihe eleven victims were cremated the examination to be held In two when tire destroyed the residence of a farmer, residing Krnest days. Miss Margaret Tandy, of f miles northeast of and Clarence Adams, of George- j seven and Ten ol town, principal of the school at the here, shortly before midnight Forks of Klkhorn. secured tate cer- I the eleven onstituted the membersh( of two entire amllles. tificates. sluH-kinj one-halI Rbotw Duan i PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM tad RtMtorM Color tod Fad! Batr to Crmr as iinrcuta, Hoirj tor. ana tn rail b4 I HINDERCORNS stop rata, too, cml. walktncallran. Ueaiarvamall or at too1W C make tr comfort too liita. lilcox Cmkal Works, x. o. Drr falchoc. K. I. PALMER'S LOTION " No Wonder He Had Grouch Mr. Mar Reed Mann Recites Tale of "The matter?" snapped out Mr. Woe in Which Hit Coming Birth"My birthday Is Mann, viciously. day Ptaya Part. coming around. That's what's the Ordinarily, Mr. Mar Reed Mann was Jovial fellow, with the best of natures, so that when be came to the office with a grouch three days In succession one of his friends deter. Blued to find out what was the matter. , Tour birthday? Well. I should think that ought to make you feel rntber happy." "That's as much as you know. Maybe the approach of your blrttiday Is something to anticipate, but vlnt matter." j ' Isn't. You see. every year the wife gives me a present on my birthday." "tilt, I see. She hits your baifk roll, eh 7" "Not at all. Fact Is. It doesn't cost me n cent." "How, then, does It affect you?" asked the friend, curiously. 'The meals begin to deteriorate," wns the nnswer. "I begin to notice It about a month before my birthday comes around. One day there's stew t f or Mipper, the next day hash; then, ! perhnps, liver and bacon, or a tough. cheap pteult. 1 know then that she's economizing for my birthday." "Well, wl? don't you give her n litt'n more money each week when your birthday com?" around." suggested the friend ; "she won't have to economize on the table and ruin your digestion then." "Ves. I offered to do that." "And?" "She got Insulted. She suld she would buy a present for me only from the money she actually saved. Aud so, I have to suffer." New Tork Sun. Real Emotion. "I notice that your lending Indy sheds real tears in this show." snld the critic, ns he glanced around the almost empty theatre between the acts. "You "Ves," replied the manager. see, she has her own money In this production." Both Probably Riant. Tuck Whaddya gonna be when you ifet out of college? Tucker I'm gouna be broke, Tuck I'm s. ana be a little broker. Your Lines. Jlit because It isa French to he hipsd ripple at the and have tlon't forsake your lung American lines if they are most becoming to you. and usuall.v they are. for only the French cun wear to advantage sliort-walste- , Decoration. bowl of clear glass with artiiietiii water lines tioaiing on the surfiKv of the water will be a table decoration which the guests at your party will admire. You might add a bit of greenery around it If you wish. A shallow Old-Ne- I!.. WH '?' y; A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY FOR BURNS. BITES. CUTS, ITCHING SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES ALL DRUGGISTS. BUAKAimED TOSH SY J j j Fashions. From the Empress Theodora To Polish Grate. iimrt uf lliu Sixth A raw onion cut lu half und rubbed elegant well on a rusty grate will keep It a come many of our p'e.ent nice bluck color and also give it a There we get the Idea of rich ' -- ' brilliant pil'sh when It It blackleaderi-,- lrt.ftUdlw-.lo. -- the short waist. nud bet ' a sZ SOLON PALMER MIW centurj ginlk modes. - OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. fw w ssss st L' . mm YSTERY y Bt ililna Pi Though it strikes n strange note to Ctnui hear of people living nnd dying In the NmnpapT Srndlt.) (S tSIl. br McClure surrounding Mrs. Peterson Says She Was midst of poerty-.stricke' J cb The girl at the piano in the wide ui. nrr ii nrWATUt, i. o.. while they are In possession of quite Afraid to Eat on Account ot Ti .i. ELECTRIC PASTE muli' In the Moody decent fortunes, jet w hear now nnd hall Jingled out one little ragtime air IllrilK Institute uf Chicago.) REA D V FOR TIIAJf TRAPS Trouble That Followed. group The admiring Direction !n 14 lansvaxn la Try b"X men 01 i ins Happening, i.uiiuuu tu- - after another. 14. iki. Western NewspaHr I'nlon fUtu Mice, Cockroach. Ants d4 Wmtertrogl swer-- i remarks. about her grew larger as the "guests" Vttroy fiMwi&M property ami are carrier of dl4M. "I weighed just a hundred and three rmm t(M Bictna Paste force the pata to ra teaniV A ruse occurred In Dublin, where an drifted in twos and threes out of the hntldinif fnr tlranit frhalr LESSON FOR JULY 31 meal. pounds when I began Inking Tatilac. XcamlfUO. "Money back If U falla. after the old woman had died alone. When the dining-rootwenty-tU. S. Government bays It. Those who were not attracted to the but now I weigh a hundred and In the house they indict searched SAUL TEACHING AT ANTIOCH. pounds," declared Mrs. Amy ten-- j hldil-- 'i plnno dropped Into seals either In the wo away in found, l'etersoii. the wife of a pnwH.'PHis) lils, and oilier utensil s, gold amount-- ' hall or on the piazza. I.KSS.iN Mms.s.. u suburb i:.T A.ts II A nuth In white trousers nnd blue furtner of Uikevllle. llieT ing to a Ihousaiid pounds. wlmle )tar Stl.ilCN Ti:XT-- A AUTHOR Or l Some years ago mi old woman was c,,at was pointedly attentive to the of New ltedford. Mwinliliul tlienisvlvra with the church. "I bad acute indigestion." she said, Hlul taught liuii Ii peoplt' THU OTJcANGE, CASE T CAVENDJW Ai'trt 11 S knocked down and killed Instantly by pianist. The smile of thanks she gave "and no one knows how I suffered, matiiiual - Acts Occasionally a dray In the west of Ireland. When j ,m was perfunctory. , ILLUSTRATIONS" I Tim II Tun. . : I hud cramping pains iti my stimiicli the police inspected her . retched ile turned and looked through the hall 1'ItlMAIlY I TUPIC CariilnB Help to dwelling the) found It packed almost to the far end where another young that were almost unbearable, and When the body begins to stiffen COPYRIGHT. BY RANDALL PARHI3H Jerusulfin. nnd man was sitting, pretending to read a suffered no end of distress from gas ' and movement becomes painful it Jl Mult Tol'Ii -- Saul Helping Others to the door with branches of trees and bloating. Why, I was actually In the Christian I.lfi-- . chunks of wood for the winter's fuel. newspaper while he admired her "No." I lied. MVing lull .tie starving to keep from being in such is usually an indication that the INTi:it.Mi:iHATK AM) SKNIOIt TOPIC search revealed a hoard of erect I v. of escape, ami hoping ini'tiii "MISS CONRAD" KutrrliiK t'pon n New Career. awful misery, and I lost ' thirteen kidneys are out of order. Keep money. thus to preictit her sounding tin tin Itetie Coiirtetnancbe thought she was pounds In weight. Sometimes I wonYOl'.NU I'l.l)l'l.i; AMJAULI.T TOPIC these organs healthy by taking Two buckets and a tin trunk were wry fascinating. -- A Year's mediate alarm. ""I wn walling for a SynopnU. In a New York Jcneliy Hut these people Te.uhini; Ii. Antloch. der how I lhed through it all. and I More I'lilllp Bcvem. Unit) Sulf full to ouTllowiiig Willi nil kinds of appeared to him as the American mid-- I friend who Is Inside I Jhh nine lnt COLD MEDAL for was consular agent, notion a small box VWicti ti'od uus about lo launcti the this room." current coin, both gold and silver, as die class. Though his perceptions nnd Just thought there night no hope nnd which attract Mm. He iHircliaiva I was restless day ami missionary enterprise mining the deli well as a still larger wooden and prejudices were foreign French he me. "You net unify belong lure, ilien? It. Witer he dlacovrra In a secret tiles, lie arranged for a new religious about a dozen mugs. When the money was not without lights on the United was easily Irritated, and some nights You are one- of these men?" compartment a writing suing a I ailuilrahly clew to a revolutionary movement center. was Autloch wns collected and weighed It wns over States before be arrived there. His I slept so little it didn't seem that "Xt cnctlj." I had to ndn.it. "1 In thla country rceklnc to overthrow , had been to bed at all. udapliHl tor such a center. The uper a hundredweight : know one of them ery well, and he remedy for kidney, mother was an American of some for-the Chilean government The writ-In- s "I'.ut now I feel as strong and well The world's standard uric add troubles. classes were drccks and Used the An pensioner died alone In tune who bad married n Krenchuinn bladder and j stationed me mil here." mentlona a rendezvous, and as If 1 had neter been sick a day In liver, since 1636. Taka regularly and droefc language. The government Pel era decldea to Investigate. Finda Kent tillage. et when the authoriFamous She appeared lmzzled. doubtful, yel she had met at Nice. my life, and I just know Taulac ts keep in good health. In three sizes, all ing the place mentioned In the writollieials were Humans and used the ties searched her poor duelling they to my surprise till! held the door ttght- Itene wns wounded nt the beginning I ing apparently deserted. Severn the I 'est medicine In the world. druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Latin tongue. While the masses were discovered three bags of gold. One ly closed, her eyes searching my face, visits a saloon In the vicinity A of the wnr. The wound, although nun Cold MJI on Trr box Syrians, sprinkled among them were contained t:7l. another -- J."i nnd the healed, was tronlJesome. and Itene haven't a touch of indigestion now, Look for U and accept N tlie Hum voh know your woman in the place Is met by a "Who bo imitation man, seemingly by appointment, Jews who had come for cotninerciiil third OX!, all In Victorian sovereigns. could not return to active service. At and every time I sit down to the table particular friend?" I ctin'l help but feel thankful to and fcevern, his suspicions aroused, purposes; also tnnclters from all parts It was found too. that the house wns ,,0 mej.tion of his grandmother. I hesitated an Instant, the name follows them. They go to the I have a wonderful apiivtite i the oiu womuiis of the world were In evidence. caping inc. properly. ici sue with whom he had lived since his Tanlac. meeting place, an abannnd have gained back all my lost I. A Religious Awakening at Antioch pension. mother's death, he had come to th doned Iron foundry. At the renwas it receipt of thu "Horner." weight and sis ihiuikIs besides. I am dezvous Severn Is accepted as one (vv. A "Oh, Indeed; yon were not verj lallh." reinltrKiilile anil palliene case t..,.!.!, SHAVES simply overjoyed to be feeling o well, of the conspirators and ndmlttel. 1. The occasion (v. lla). The persecomes- irom lleiiewi, which Is some"That ts good yet do not trust too prompt to answer." He meets a stranger who addresses The young man was not cordially and I Just praise Tanlm- - ever) where j "Well." I said, and managed to much In tin, woman. What Is your cution at Jerusalem scattered the thing of a contrast to these sordid recehed mi his arrival In New York I go." him as Harry Daly. The Incident plays Into Severn's hands and lie disciples abroad. This Oud permitted ones. An old widow hud lived In iinme?" smile, as though it wns of little eoie-e- by his mother's people. He remained CuUeura Soap ia tba faronta fortaf ttyrator thaTlnc. Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists accepts It. His new acquaintance In order to separate them from the Harry Daly." poverty for tlfty years, and then. there, however, for a few months as quenee, "you see I have not always Is a notorious thief, "llentleman Advertisement. everywhere. -; dlltlculty home people a I Jerusalem. : "Yon seem to have some on ,er se,e,,,,-s,known him by that name. There are "e lcnn.i.o George" Harris. Concealed. Severn 0I1,(Kl:pr f American life. hears the girt he had followed adtimes when unities need to be changed tonight In remembering names. Dees in J. The preachers (v. lPa). They seinru a large chick worm In Small Doses. From New York he went to a little urges dress the conspirators. She occasionally." this mean jolt also possess n were ordinary men and women, not the commune. bathing bench In Maine. Post "That doctors prescription them to hasten the work of revoShe had saietl this large sum, penny oHIclals, but they were tilled with the "True." she admltled soberly. "Do Mirlety?" ' He lution. He wns hopelessly at sea about the was a treat." l'nrkcr "Hiish She stopped, listening Intently, her yearning desire for lost souls and by penti), on an average Income of 17 jon mind gratifying the curiosity of a girl at the piano who showed such a calls it a treatment." Judge. woman us to what his real name head tilted buck so as to better bear witnessed of the Lord Jesus in the a year, dressing as a beggar and alflattering Interest In him. most starving Lerself for half n cenmight be?" what wns occuriing behind the closed power of the Holy dhost. CHAPTER IV Continued Important to Mothers A few minutes Inter the girl solved tury. In presenting the commune with .1. What "I could uot. if I so desired, liver door. they preached (v. l'Jb, Examine carefully every bottle of gained the the question by walking over to hlw CASTORIA, that famous old remeay had "lie quiet, The agent? Oh, you moan HS? since I knew him he bus been called li.l.l drill In sue wtuspereii. oneuaun ' O) They preached the "Word" ami the clock, she said sheand now would and saying: I tier for Infants and children, and see that it telfOllIC i'.ft wnrn nc die "Lord Jesus." All who preach the object of her life, What about that arrangement. Mr. Harris. That Is all I can stiy." "There's a ball game this afternoon. Bears the "Harris! Then he Is not Chilean. are through In there. I think, and Alva Word will preach the Lord Jesus; die content. 7" Horner 'I have been awful sick with gas." I and my lady friend are going. Will Signature i rites Mrs. W. H. Person, "and I recognized Harris In the reply, his uihI never before pretended to be. I will be out In n moment. Now listen! lor lie Is Its center. The real reason he some It'll you nccompany us? thought that from the lirst. Is the Don't ask any questions, but listen. why there tire not conversions toda) Eatonic is all I can cet to eive me voice perfectly cnlra nnd confident. In Chinese en the Linotype. In Use for Over 30 Years. game!" Will you pledge yourself to do what- Is the failure ol ministers to preach nil probability he Hod, but It was done man American, Kugllsh or Irish?" The siiiipliHoitioii of the Chinese Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Not knowing what else to do, Ilcne 1 shook my head. I say?" ever "v. the Word. "S Hit T tUlUaMJ most convincingly. language nnd alphabet lias been car- j quickly taken up and carried out by accepted. anv reasonable limits "Within "You won't answer. That may be I. To whom they preached (vv. 11. ried so far by a manufacturer of typeSign of Wealth. "Those were my positive Int rucEatonic. then appetite and strength no one noticed Much to his surprise -- 0), (1) Some ol these disclplcd setting machines that the alphabet has "Is he very rich?" he said coolly. "The Ignorance or It may be pretense. Never jes." tions In come back. And many other bodily "Limits: Don't talk limits." imp- who were Muttered beiiitise of perse- - been reduced fiom the overwhelming the nffnir. He concluded thnt It was a "He must be. He Just can t bear miseries disappear when the stomach hanking houe there was not to be In- mind. I recognize our face now. You were the man eating in the saloon itn atient!. "You say j on tire blind, but cutlon went among the Jeu only with number of oxer t!.(Kl distinct signs mere Incident of summer hotel life. golf ball." to lose a Is right. Don't let sourness, belching, volved In the slightest degree; mi ago. Were you walling for retain faith. Act on that faith blind- the gospel message. The) bad Itene lost no time, but began to com-- ! not and characters to only 3.". Types of bloating, indigestion and other stomtrace of the transaction was to appear hour or so ly. I cannot speak here: there Is no jet come to see that the gospitf pllment her. "I'eople must nlwnys be Horner alias Harris then?" tills ach Ills- go on. Take Eatonic tablets these are now supplied and it Is no on their hooka." Tomorrow nt purpose was wider than the Jews. (J time, no opportunity. wanting you to do things. You are so "We met Inter."' after you eat see how much better more difficult to compose printed arwhy has the money not been "But yon feel. Big box costs only a trifle !,e CompU s;miu. prt.c,ed to the Grecians also, ticles In Chinese than in nny other pretty." Her lips smiled u little, and her two o'clock, come to drawn nnd used?" with your druggist's guarantee. ey es. street. Will you" "Yes. I guess I am. Everybody says These were from Africa and Cyprus. of 1'J languages for which this same "That Is for Alva to say. 1 tried to "Yes." "Did I merely dream that you apso." They were further removed from the concern lias evolved type and maName "Bayer" on Genuine get him to act. but he refused without peared somewhat Interested In me at "Do not mistake the number. Ask Jewish center, nnd therefore were a chines. I5y adopting this typesetter, Itene knew nothing about baseball, another authorization from Mender, the time, or was It true?" for SIIss Conrad. Now go onck there little more liberal. but she knew a great deal, and he The success of the publishing business of China would and special Instructions." "It was true." I answered honestly. and wait for Homer. Quick they nre their preaching was so great that thu he grently sitnpllOed. I'opular Me- found It pleasant Just to listen to her "Ton never received thee. Senor coming." She wns not disposed explanations. "You did interest me. Tou didn't news of it reached Jerusalem, (lie chanics Magazine. Alva?" ,v making n ren- 1 plunged tin- s,,ri i.. hastily InU the passage, mother church. to talk about her home life, but Inci"No. I asked by code; I supposed dentally mentioned that she came from and groped my way back between the II. Barnabas Sent to Inspect the Effective Bar to Flh. PLUG TOBACCO he would answer by messenger." narrow walls to the secluded room In Work at Antioch (iv ISKM). curtain of Lowell. Mns. nnrM the evening after, The electrically-chargeThere was n pause, n silence. I It was not the rear. I was too confused, toi Known as imagined I could understand someThis was n wise selection. water of u county game warden In when they were rn the bench, that It startled, lo even think clearly. My 1. The Washington slnte Is claimed to have character of Knrnahas thing of what Harris was endeavoring occurred to her to say : "My name Is conception of this woman, her nature lie was u good mint. It Is proven effective In preventing fish T imlin A to accomplish In this delay, this get: wbnt's vours?" and her purpose, had been changed a highly important in sending a man catinK A from entering Irrigation ting the entire sum transferred Into I Take Aspirin only as told In each conver-- ' dozen times during this brief piles In n frame up a work of the Spirit that double row of steel currency in private hands. It was one cHy it and you package of genuine Hayer Tablet! of liven now I was utterly In lo follow "Itene Coiiriemnnclie." sntlon his character ho good. lie not only must Is plnced In the Intake of the cniml. more step In his Intricate scheme of you will be following , the dark. Did the wiiiiinii know me? will know why UN regret that Louise's vacation Aspirin. Then lie of an unblemished character, but The piles being suitably wired, the robbery, but so cautiously concealed s near at end took him by sur- - the directions and dosage worked out or suspect the teason of my presence? lie passage of nn electric current charges wns his sympathies must bo broad, . by physiclaus during 21 years, and as to arouse no suspicion. What else Slia Tlmf tiintilf.itle !mtwit:illili I mi ' ...,t..i-lii- . feet through .,,.,1 I... ' I.I.. Tnke no AirrwmniB safe CI V had he done io this end already? To him " Iiilr. I.full j section of water 12 Is tene the next mo rot. g :is utterly strange l. me unit him !ennnces .. tl... tl.l,.-suVtltutes. If you see nilCV LI Vll I rnnOT AND KILLS IMLLLII ATTRACTS ..l..li,t Iltt ecross the canal, and It UHlOi found thnt ' delay, and thus gain oppor-f,- : achieve rorri.tten ' "I'l" At'.- 71.TZ7S. .N.v. was not one to be nn boird he trorr l.o t self going wntal,co daafish will enter the electrified wa- oo i mischief often results Iron; ml he Intercepted, or even Intende nK Why. then, did she trust me if It was Much , ' LaatP n.., -- V?cIt Is believed that the destruc- - currying her bag an. coat. He all i . -via of iuui seiiiiiu iiijiniicious incii iu i.. ,i. inn-.he code message sent by I I trust natal. r.VfcS Irrigating ditches of vast num-- j to go as inr ns l oiuunu. uim im-tNeuralgia, in nheurnatlsm. il Headache. tipovarx the Lord's work, lie was full of I' - Washington? It must be either that, or treachery Holy Spirit. ThN Is an essent.nl or rajura fry can lie prevented by ' put her on the train for Lowell. Port- Earache, Tootliache, Lumbago and of fish Omrantcait All this was possible enough, yet It of the foulest type. ".'17 I.e Comptn qualllicathiu for pastoral work. On1-Louise bnd ngreed to linger In SoU by VJ.V or iicngti flsh stops of this kind. for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve ay Exriu was evident that the woman accented I could not recall the neigh-- I j street" land till the Inst train, so that her tablets cost few cents. Druggists alw prrpua. i Splrrt-lUlcman can appreciate the the explanation as satisfactory. HABOU) SOSE8S. IN IX KaSi Ate, BneUja. N. X. borhnod, only a vague conception of workings "lady friend" might enjoy a little long- sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the Origin of Various Colors. of the Spirit of ,lod. lie I "I do not know how true nil this Is," t red btiek buildings of exactly the wns also n er the company of the young man who trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of From madder (growing In Hindu. baa" mnii of great fit i 111. flf she said at last, slowly. "I was told KREMOLAS tat 3et rttB with her. same general style probably fnlrl) Monoacetlcacidester of Sallcyllcacid. stan) we obtain the paint color Tur- wns 2. Work done by Harnnhns (v. 'Jo), the money was already being used. I boarding houses. LouI.se, by taking a wnlfc. And respectable Itene nnd key red. From the yellow sap of a gladly endorsed the work nnd do not believe there is nny necessity was to ask for "Miss Conrad." Who lie IN THE GARAGE by the natives missed this Inst train. It had gone, OVERHEARD Not Capable. ' might she be? Not the lady I had Just earnestly exhorted them lo steadfastly tree In Sinm, cnuglt of any further Indorsement, ns Senor carrying nway the "lady friend." shells, gniuhoge. Raw slen Five business men compose the continue in the fulfil, clinging unto In coconut is working under direct commisAlva . left, surely, dufor she was scheduled to Louise, astonishingly calm and serene. the Lord. There are ninny allurements na and raw umber from earths In sent a telegram to her home, and then Just an Interchange of Pleasantries Terra Haute school board. Their are sion from the Junta, with full authortnke the midnight train for Washing ties are manifold, but still there Between Two of the Industrious The re- Slciinu nnd Utnbria, Itnly. to tempt young Christians. ity to act. However, I will verify this Itene left her before w etit to a hotel. ton. "Miss Courail" might be nny- u few things tbey cannot do. Even (7) Colored Employees. shows that lie tomorrow. T am going to retire now Wall Paper. thing n strange woman, an nccoui- - joicing of llarnalms they got there. He finally concluded the public recognizes that, as tills n man who could rejoice In the was senors, and leave you alone to discus?. if your wall paper has cracked you It ills duty to remain under the same plire. even a disguised policeman, it "Shake a nimble dog. colored man, little story will prove. A teacher, who He did more than others. the matters I have presented. Above enn mend It successfully by cutting roof with her. mnsked some trick surely, of which I j work of has a very uncouth chihl Ih her room, an' clean them cylinders." Inspect the work: for many people all it Is necessary that I should know the pattern from that which was left They spent a pleasant evening to-wns quiie liable to be the victim: be- "Who? .Me? Take yo' ease. boy. take sent Ihe mother a note, telling her were added unto the Lord. Doubt- over nnd fitting It over the crack and at once who you select for the Imporgether, which aroused Itene s conscl-- i yo' ease. The wk's got seven days that It she did not bate the child hind my lady's smiling eyes, and tant work, and when we mny expect cheerfulness, there wns surely some less lie preached. pasting It firmly. ousness of his being deeply In love jus' like It always had." cleaned up ami her bulr trhmned she III. Barnabas Brings Saul (vv. JJ, results. This information I mut posi"You Did Interest Me." This was the Immarked purpose. with her. Furthermore he realized "I'll say It has; nnd. 'co'dln' to you, would report her to tho school offi tively take back with me." Dreaming of Banishment. icials. pression with which I ended that for 2(1). that be was placed In acute obligation they's all Sundays." dezvous out of n saloon, however re- some end unknown she was coldly The work grew to such mi extent "When do you return?" To dream of banishment signifies to '..otilse. Wns be not spending the The next morning the ebHd returned "How come they Is? I'll testify I might he. The proprietor that help was needed. Marimbas had that you will have sorrowful news, but night In the same hotel with her? This ain't seen you losJn no sleep 'rouu clean, ami with her "On the midnight train. I have spectable It bobbed. She playing with me, leading me on. even volunteered the Information thnt the good Jugmctit to seek Saul for It will be of short duration ; for a obligation took the shape that he this garage. Clean yo own cylinders, also carried a note wnleh read: "Dear three hours yet." you were his niece." this Important work. Itnriialias knew wotnnn to dream that die Is banished ought to marry her. Miss This Is to certify that the bo. they's full o' carbon." "Did he. Indeed? That was very CHAPTER V. that the bringing of Saul would mean Is a very lucky otnen nnd denotes that He bad quite decided to marry her "Villi wantn give me plenty o" space school board did uot bob wy chHd' "Then the devil mutt hae nice of him, wasn't It? Itallier odd. Is bis taking a secondary place. It Is she will speedily attain her most san- - by the time he met her nt breakfast, hen'bottts this luo'nln'. sou ; or else yo' hair. I had a respectable barber do helped me." A Strange Appointment. it not, that you should later drop In the duty of Christian leaders to seek gulne desires. dancing over rather nnxlonsly at widder's goln' to lnff out loud every it." Indianapolis News. What do out men who are qualllied for teie I must have failed to grasp the full here, and find me again Louise eating her breakfast. Itene .time she sees a spanner like this-(TO HE CONTINl'KD I Large Pleasure Grounds. Some Lord's work nnd bring them from their meaning of what she said, or else It you think of me now?" He Said Too Much. : one." obscurfty, setting them to great parks of the world asked 1 lnokeil tit her for n liniment !n.r,ir Of the places of never occurred to me that her retireYoung Wife The dentist putted my "On yo' way, mule face, on yo' way. "What Is your mother like?" MOVES WITH REST OF WORLD There Falrmount. In I'hiladelpliln. hns 2,001 work in the Lord's vineyard. ment would be made through this par- I answered, unable to frame my words "Mother? Oh. well people say I'm I seen yo' wife th' other day and, y'all wisdom tooth toduy. so you mustn't are ninny men In obscurity which It acres; the Prater. Vienna, 2..KV) acres. like her." What did she ticular door. At least she had pushed to nny know what she says to me 'bout you! be surprised If yoH 8ml me stupid. nnd the Hols de Boulogne. Paris. 2.153 The Ideu that . Hull Nonsense! it wide open before I realized the ne- mean? What exactly was she driving Abundant Proof That China Is Wak - requires :t Marimbas to bring forth. She says: 'Uo's far as you've a mind The proposal followed. Ing Up From Her Sleep of Two IV. The Disciples First Called Chris- - acre, cessity of retreat, and I was hemmed at? Her whole mnnner puzzled me ex"Well, I'm sorry." she said, "but I to wif him: I'sejus' paid up the premi- widetti tooth has anything to do with Thousand Years. wisdom is absurd. Why. you wouldn't in behind Its harrier, fortunately se- ceedingly. Was she playing me for a tians (v. '.'(Hi). enn't. What do you want to marry um on hbt life Insurance.' " Kansu Theory ami Practice. j be any stupider if yea had eery tooth curely hidden from the eyes of those fool? Was she attempting to tend me They were nut culled Christians In City Star. me for?" "Are you a politician or a states- As u study in strange customs ami derision, ns Is so often asserted. It In your bead pHlled. Boston Tranon for some secret purpose of her in the larger apartment: Some one "I'm dreadfully In love with you. script. Alva, no doubt, from his words and own? Did she believe my explana- startling incidents. Cliinii ts interest-in- wns a consequence of Saul and Ilnrua-ha- s mnii?' Disclosures. Besides that, ton can't go back to "ltolh." replied Senator because It has changed so little In voice was beside her as she emerged, tion? and. ir not, why did she fall to teaching there for a year Hint "I understand that one of the tig- Lowell alone wlthoet doing yourself lielug u statesSweet Innocence. and. indeed, it might have been his throw open that door, and denounce point of view during the last two thou- they were culled Christians. The name "What's the good of tires In that scandalous litigation has an Injury. People will thinK "My wife to talking about raising The characteristic of! was a consequence of the teaching. In man If you are not politician enough hand that swung the door back against me at once ns a spy? There, in that sand years. been Invited by publisher lo write a "People nothing'." she Interrupted. some 'Jack' roses." "Tlwt so?" "Yes; me. I stood there startled, unable to soft light, she appeared more attrac- China Is satisfaction with the wisdom nil Saul's teaching lie showed the to stay In the game and put your ideas "Listen here. I'm engaged to Elwln book." across?" move, afraid that my very breathing tive than ever, and so peculiarly wom- of the fathers, slowness to let go of unique relation which the Christian "Can it be possible," rejoined Miss she asked me last night if I couldn't . that boy you saw at the hotel." II get her a few Jack pots to put 'em might be overheard. anly ns to seem utterly out of place In principles tested by ages. The good sustains to Christ. Since the hoiiy She twisted a small ring on her finger. Cayentie, "thnt anything has been left Nothing In It. In." Boston Transcript. Chinese soldier slouch- - closely resembles Its head. Christ, they "Ton leave at midnight, you say, this scene of plot and crime. It was n "He gave me this. He's awfully smart. untold''" Father What's this wild slory I We're going to marry nt Christmas, wnorita," he protested In Spanish: young face, bright, animated, which nig nioug in ins naggy cioines, or uou- - Wl.ri, called Christians. hear about your bnuk account being fit tell him voti proposed to me. y The Church at Antioch Sends Re "but surely you Intend to remain at fronted me, the dark eyes smiling nnd bled up on a pony, the shave-pateHat? presentT unafraid, gazing straight Into mine, priest, the magistrate with his glass lief to Jerusalem (vv. Won't he laugh?" Son Tut. tut. dad; it's iiyerdr" "Until you reach some final decision with a challenge In their depths. Her button ami peacock's feathers, the Itene returned to the island that The Holy Spirit through Agabtis Cornell Widow. yes; that is my mission." very attitude piqued me, aroused me coolie in ids blue cotton drawers, the made know it a groat dearth throughntght anil walked slo.wiy up to the T shall see to that at once; we will to defense. I desired to hold her re- plumy merchant in his silks, have out the world. This cnine to puss In lintel. It was raining, and he stood CINCINNATI MARKETS. draw lots. Von can unit either in this spect, her Interest: nothing she might been entiling and going for two or the days of Claudius Cesar. Every for n moment on th piazza, sfnrlng. just about the man according lo his ability deter room, or another Just beyond. Prom- say, or do, served to lower her in my three millenniums, Into the hull. A girl nt the piano was Hay and Crain. ise you will not go until I see and talk estimation to the hideous level of n same. Up to two deendes ngo the mined to send relief unto the brethren playing the same little rag which Corn- - No. 2 white 72it72'e. No. " Louise hnd played so often. By the . with you again." political conspirator. Yet what else (ami seemed unchanged and unchange- which dwelt in .India. They made tip was holding "I promise that so you arc not too could she he? How could I account able. The empire has tin organization money for the poor saints nt Jerusalem white 70071c. No. I white (Kff70c, side of her. l'.lwin B I yellow l."i long. I must make that train." for her presence In this place on any under which the nation has as much anil sent it by the hands of Itnrnabus No. yellow OTtiOsc. No. the music on the lectern. title. ifiGc. No. 2 mixed Iklii "You shall make it. My car is only other theory except thnt she came ns Internal pence, mid more prosperity, It wns too much for Bene. He went who mid Saul. This act not only proved two blocks tfway, and I pledge myself a representative of Chilean Intrigue? than most of Its neighbors. Sound Hay Tiinoth) per ton 1.".JJ to nnother hotel nnd before going to the genuineness of the work nt Anyou there on time. All this As the trusted messenger of thnt seNevertheless even u month or two tioch, but it emphasized the fuct thnt 10, clover mixed S'S IS. engage n room j to nave Hrd wrote a letter to business can be attended to in half an cret conspiracy nt Santiago, under or- In China makes It clear enough thnt there Is no division between Jew and Wheal No. 2 red ifl.2l. No : red i on the next steamer for Europe. going through u great hour." ders of the revolutionary juntn nt China is rapidly $1.201 1.21. No. I red 1.17i l.llt. Gentile. back, partially closing Washington? He I had heard her words change. Many Chinese In the treaty Still in Danger. to Butter, Eggs and Poultry. the i" or, while she turned, her own spoken boldly to tills band of plot- ports wear European dress, telegraph jpneIs your son out of danger at The Stone the Builder Rejected. jl on the latch, facing roe. Her ters, words of nuthority ileiuimls wires are strung all over the country! Butter Whole milk creamery extras the hospital yet. Mr. Brown? Ye also are lively stones acceptable tyes stared directly into mine, her they dare not Ignore. No, there was a Chinese post office takes your mail, to God by Jestis Christ. Wherefore 4."c, centralized extras Hie, firsts Itfc, Brown Not yet. The doctor Is go face whitening under the light, her no doubt as to who she was. or what unless you make n point of turning It nlso It Is contained in the scripture, fancy dairy :"! Ing to make two or three more visits teeth shutting down close against the she was. In spite of her face, her over to the foreign posts; . Chinese behold, I lay In ion a chief cornerEggs Extra firsts ;;oc. firsts 2Sc, Velvet. red lips as though to repress a scream. pleasing ninnner. her attractiveness of steuniers splash along the rivers: lostone, elect, precious: nnd be that ordinary firsts 22c. , Bub it person, she was a dungerous enemy to comotives frighten Chinese donkeys; believeth on liltn shall not be conShe was startled almost beyond Salt will cleanse velvet. lb and Live Poultry Broilers 1 up; yet mastered the fright instantly. this government which protected her, Iron works clang; schools spring founded. Unto yii therefore which over 2Se, fowls I lbs and over "W, Into the materia! and then brush It She glanced about at the partially a despicable snake crawling through modern buildings arise; newspapers out with i stiff brush. believe he Is precious; but unto them under I llis 2:c, roosters 15c. open door, and silently closed It tight the dark to strike down a victim a appear; armies are created: public which be disobedient, the stoue which Live Stock. Arabians Are Teetotalers. thing to be crushed without mercy. opinion has become a funhlon. ir-the builders disallowed, the same Is Natives of the Arabian desert neith"What what are you doing here?' The very softness, womanliness, only Cattle Steers, good to choice made the head of the corner. I Peter liquor, nor intoxicating It is all well enough to die happy, 8, fair to good S0.2oo7. common lo er drink she gasped In English, her voice trem made her the more to be feared. .She meal-tim- e 2:0-7- . fair .f!0G.2.--i. heifers good to choice smoke. hiing, "Llsteningr should cast no sdcII over me. 1 would but It is far better to live that way. S.UiO $0.50 ft 8.50. fair lo g Wisdom Attained. 6.50, common to fair ?4'?ro.ri0 : cantiers New Animal for Far North. that the United Stntes Is the world s from Germany for war supplies, also GOLD FLOWS INTO COUNTRY "Do you believe In the political wis- ?ltf?2. stock heifers ?1i5, stock steers The "yak" or woolly ox of Tibet ii equally bar gold bullion which many believe dom of the plain people?" "creditor nation" and for $5 f 0.50. soon io be transplanted Into Alaska Important reason that the other nato be of Ittissiaii origin. By way of "In that of my section of the counAlmost Every Nation In the World Calve- - liood to choice $IJj lo..V. Bn, ,jlc Canadian Northwest by Daw the Pacific line come occasional tions of the world find It Sorghum. ' Senntor try," replied good SSIj 10. common and huge bon men, says un exchange. For cenIt Shipping Precious Metal Economical-Ma- de Impossible to transact builness with of gold from Siberia where they "They've been voting my way for fair to U United States. turies the yak has been domesticated country, by reason ei their de- formed part of General Kolchak's years, so I may reasonably assume fi07. this 19 Sheep (Jood to choice SI 1.50, fair by man and Its haunts are the snowy currency. war chest. that I have them pretty well Instruct- to good S24, common $11.50. highlands of Tibet. 20.000 feet above New York. A veritable flood of preciated ' Iambs, good to choice $11011.50, fair tlie sea. Its native food is a coarse The precious metai is coming from South America and Central America ed." sweeping upon the shores of gold If all quarters of the globe, but the Eu- also are making Involuntary contributo good $Stf 11. the United States. wiry grass, but it will eat anything Elimination. Already the precious metal in the ropean countries, more particularly tions 'to this country's vast holdings choice that cnttle will. In size It compares $11311.25. Uogs Heav) Marie by Postum Cereal Company.Inc - 'Great Britain and France, as v. ell a yellow metal, mainly because up your mind what of the "Are you making conn try has attained the unprecedentpackers and butchers $11.50, medium favorably with rang rattle 1,000 to Battle Creek, Michigan. to V11 JOT OIK buw J - .he Scandinavian nations, ate paving unsettled economic conditions In Latin to wear nt the party?" mil nl $11.50, common to choice heavy fat 1200 pounds. The meat Is as delicious ni.UUVUIII Ui.fwwi.iunvwn America virtually preclude any other heaviest toll. ""No," replied Miss Cayenne; "what sows 5SSS.50, light shippers 511 50, as beef and the wool and bide are : ir aaann laalaaaii wi'laa iiftHTiiHPaT'perit to this country, pigs (110 lbs and less) $10511.50. not to wear." 1 SILVER AGGE R , lr - j ' hnrden m heart, and forget nil n'' tin' iliny owed my country that ni'Utrnl nnllnn to the smith with whom we were at pence. TranKly. I do not know what to think." 1 answered nt last. "Your Mission here tonight, as I understand It. souk'Iiow dues not lit In Willi my natural conception of you as a woman." She laughed, but so low as to lie to those beyond the closed door. "You ntiuisc me. t'aniiol a woman even a womanly woman. If you li'.is,' her country Mini lie will Ing to saiTillce til lis behalf?" "Nut to the extent of treachery and den-i- t : not to the end that Innocent returned men and women suffer," hotly, forgetting caution "And Is that in) purpose here, )oit think?" "Is it not? This is n uetitnil land. et what else can this conspiracy contemplate but cowardly destruction?" "1 refuse to niiHwer here and now, Nor do I know why you at leai should :oL. Why ore you here, and how? I in )nu realize the case 'villi which I could open ibis door, and give m mrr to the mercy of those men in then? After what yon have Just mit!, wh) do you suppose 1 fall to do so? lleemise inn such n womanly woman, perhaps." "lSntber because you hate no reason to so act. I mny denounce )uur connection with this affair, believing it no tit work fur any true woman to lie engaged In. nnd yet myself be no traitor to the cause." "You still hold me n true woman l lien V "Yes; mil) be blind, but I relnln ex-ee1 1 1 1 IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL HOARDS Hunger OF SEEMINGLY POOR SundaySchool T a Hard Taskmaster. But the Love of Money Can Overcome It. Is Admittedly WAY OF A WOMAN By MARIE RYAN. FARMER'S WIFE NEARLY STARVED EASY TO KILL Lesson Kiis-IIk- T u Li-- s STEARNS' mid-da- J egg-cup- j iti:i''i-:iti:N'- SQUEEZED TO DEATH j j 1 ' j , old-ug- old-ag- . - nb-Je- I CuticuraSoap Without Mug i Awful Sick With Gas re"" UritigS Relief , , I , ' ! j ASPIRIN '17 , np-Ie:- KING PIN d (. "that good kind" Sotnewhntseir-coiKclotts.liemoutbe.- I ' "'" d u ' ' 1 r..i s: I . ' tf (. la-- 1 ! i i j l!r a ' i ; g I j i d ). show you the way complete satisfaction in could not or should not drink coffee and who were on the lookout for something take its place have found 1 nous anas Increasing numbers of people J J 'on-trol- Instant Postum ojiirement of a beverage, and it is free from Postum has a smooth.rich flavor that meets every re 1 any harmful element. ! well-nig- h shlfj-ment- s Quickly ineres a reason . - - 0MGSV1LLE jT . .. 5I w Mi. Thoiim CiinililT ami little daughter, of New poll, are viilinjr - KY. ..UNUSVILLK. at the home ol Thoma PieLeri'li. Published Weekly. Mr. Alfred Owen ami little Entered according to act of Con daughter, ttl INcej ville. Iniliaua, Kress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post are visiting her parent. Dr. ami offip ns second-clas- s matter. subscript ioi. Mr. Alexander. THR OUTLOOK'S rates are as follows: SALT LICK $1.5(1 One Year 7.re. Six Month Mr. Harry Bartholomew, of W. Lie j Va.. Iia Three Month lt ii the piet of her par- D. THOMPSON. E. cut. Mr. and Mr. John Kantr. VlngsvHIe. - - - Krntucky oeen o r- tin Ka Kerry. "tIH"KSOAY. 11 I. Y JS. V.1. rionsh ill from effect of teppinsr on a nail, had to he taken to a ."EMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENT.0 Lexington hospital for treatment. For County Judge Mrt.. J. T. lVrr. who recently S. O CROOKS. Hiiderwenl an operation at LexingKWIN'fi COXKKK rnpidh ton h.p:taL .10IIX CI.AIJK her health. .lOSKl'H WILLIAMS tlmrle Tlmma OUTLOOK IN MEMORIUM The announcement of the death of MEET US AT THE ... W. D. BAILEY Mrx. Talor. of For Sheriff S. M. KSTILl DciHjlics: Aaron Fanning ami Ma-sJ I. Bolts. KOBKKT II llTFF. Dcjnities: David B. Myre. ami Naa Craig. at-- ' ;. - 4 3. mm ." in -- : lie to liitir her uriiKKlc wllli Ihe Typewriting Tio Cmic. n.i e lielgliliorlns Sammies, in wlilcli lie COLE BAKXES Letter wrltci who lio e ,. Ic sih'e liiiil I lu- - liiiiiiilaiiiMi for tier cniiiiiicst nanl week. Deputies,: Charle Hristovv ami Clif to escape leicctimi nlicii thej are if Italy. Tlie llrsl Siiiimlte wir Mi IVarlie Jfae Kvcriran fell g had to he amputated. Involved in an il'cal projert cnii no iu :!i:t; the secunil Willi a Hendris. dowji a flichl of tejw at the inw f defeat for Itmiie nt ('aniline Porks longer protect themselves liy iltllizinu For Tax Commissioner a Il has liccn proven hy Inn rurimie tiirneil as a result her mother and wa at first though Ocorge Rank. II veal's old, of THOMAS K .lONIvS of the liritliimt exploils if Q. I'iiliius stic'ctils of tin- - Mihject that no two i lv "rel lmi he rri"ii Meuefee county, aeitidentally shot Ma!imis. 'I'lie ililnl Siimnite war peroiis have ipiile the same "touch." Deputies: E1 B. Hewitt, of Betho' to a treat ltoiiian Uelury ut Sen-- t anil one's l.vpcwrlling Is a Iniliv iilnal ting Kouie lictler. himself with a shotgun, mangling Crouch, of Preston. ami Thus. It has for some liiiim in .".I.". It. C. In L(!l It. ('.. the lis Is his llngcr-prinOaite a little sheucr fell here on me hand o liadly that it had to he .IOE AKXOLD iu- - heen known that evcr.v typewritlirst I'linic war linike mil. ArjAii Sunday afternoon. Iiieaking the Ion amputated. Koine on the mirth of the .Mediterra-iu':- i er produce chariictcristlc work, which May. of Sharps Dnjwiie.: n li:i li'ii.il nil ic- t'artliime, a under a powerful micruscope appears drouth that ha extended over most tours, and Stanley Clark of Salt Lick There will he an ice cream supper Tyrlan colony, on the south. The war to he entirely different from Ihe writif Kentucky for uch a long peroid, asisled hy Rev. Wilson, after which For Clerk of Circuit Court. These facts mis carried on clilcll.v h ea. Itonie's ing of any other Mr. and Mrs. Charle Lathrom arr the iremaius were interred in the at I "tiii n church Saturday night. licet was ilestrojcd three time, Imt open up a tremendous mid extremely EAKLE B. TIIOMPSOX Owingsville cemetery. The family .Inly :!0th. l'iDceeils for benefit of nhc lriiiniilii'il In (lie ml. Sicilj, liiteicsiiiig Held for Ihe scientific crimhome from their visit EaM. WATSOX S. THOMAS. inal hunter. They have figured in a wiileli was tlie scene of the principal has the sympathy of the entire the church. For Jailer ntitulier of trials lately, mill as time linn hattles heciime a liouniii in their sad bereavement. ODESSA Itouie suffered greatly by goes on a knowledge of them Is sure SAM T. .lOXKS. the seeoml and third runic war, hut to lie a sine ipin mm of all our leada FRircxn. Forty tobacco grower of Xichola George Bunnell sold eight maN CABE SXEDl'.OAK. ing police ollicliils all over America. her comity have signed up 'jriO.OOO ultimately iccoveied to loes ami of to Walter Slmuit for I5 ami Jnhn- FLOYD CKOiTII William Leslie I'reneh in Leslie's. the im her liorilem GRANGE CITY pounds of tobacco with the lluiley a Koiiuin province In Africa. ISeiniett o veal calf for 10. CLAUDE STATOX. Bat a Curious Animal. Several fnim here attended the Marketing Association. Mr. Boone Lvmau and three DEE STEELE Healthy Pulse. The wing of a bat Is a most wonderrliihlren, of Grance City, spent Fri- meeting hy Littleton hrothers at : , The W. XIXOX beating of the puNe Indicates ful Instance of adaptation to a .pecinl All the Rath county candidates the state of tlie health, ami the numFairview Sunday. day with Mr-- . II. S. Kilinore. end. fwr It Is nothing but a greatly J50BEKT .1. WILLIAMS ber of lieats varies according to age. Ititidilli-i- ! forellmh or hand. The elongu Ellis I'amis and son. Curtis, ol for offic filed their Mis. Mollie Purvi is spending XATIIAX SOIMJELL, Jr. An Infant's pnle Koes HO to tlie minated hones serve, like the ribs of an scvrnil days 'with George Darnel' Euiugtoii. have heen visiting rela- e.pene accounts Kridav ami Satur- - ute; that of a child of seven, 80; an umbrella, to keep the skin stretched For Representative day. tives here adult up to sixty years of age would and taut when the owner Is In tllgbt. and family near Mt. Sterling. VAX Y. ;keex. huve a pulse heating TO to the minute; When the hat alights It doubles up Roheri Phillip was a visitor at .1. KXIfiHT. Ledfoid Game relumed Satur THOS. Its "hands," the skin falls In wrinkly It is aiiuoiiiieed that .'12 new pro- at seventy, GO bents would lie considday irghl from Marion, lud. where Moreliead Saturday and Sunday. CLAKEX'K POWEU. ered normal. If an adult's pulse per- folds, inn using Its thumb Joints as hibition officers will soon rcuiiie it sists In beating mure than 70 times forefeet It Is able to run almost as The Christian Endeavor will give he has heen for seeml monhts. For Circuit Judge. per minute, tllsense may be looked for. quickly as a mouse. The skin of the to stop mooiihining in HEXKY K. PKEWITT. Miss Hazel Whitton. of Pehhle, an ice cream supper at the church Tills ipilckenlng Indicates that the wings not only Joins the hind limbs, (1th. For Commonwealth's Attorney. and Mi Edna and Lucille Junes of Saturday evening. August body Is feeding on Itself, that there i but extends from them to the tall, thus As making the milder with which the hat fever or Inllammatlou somewhere. The Ladies' Aid will hold a W. C. HAMILTON". Owingville. spent Saturday night Columbia grapliophonc. record the number of beats rises, the chances can steer when tiyins; and. when MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT and Sunday with Mrs. A. J. Jones at the home of Mrs. Charles A pulse of Improvement decrease. ihe tail Is brought up beneath the K. T. MYERS I'nce election day. Saturday, Al- and needles for sale at E. L. and and farniU. over 70 for tumults, accombody, forms a bag or receptncle, A. T. Rvron'5. panied by a cough, is a practically cer- which Is of iikc to Its owner. MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. Walter Riddle and family and ign! fith. h"v'-- . a sale of eats and tain Indication of lung trouble. There ' ' ' r. OLLIE CRAYCRAI'T Mrs. Turner Anderson attended a ready-mad- e One hundred and seven Carlisle Is no need to worry If your pnle Brightening the Home. CHARLES MYERS Jeff Darnel: - ' wife, of Ow- citizen wnvers between GO and 70; you can basket meeting at Fairview, FlemA coat of stain with two cents of signed the Chautaurpta be Just ns healthy nt the lower figANNOUNCEMENTS REPUBLICAN ingsville. visited Win. Rntliff and varnish, after the old tlnish has been ing county, Sunday. guarantee for next vear. ure as at the higher. removed, will do wonders to any old For Jailer Mrs. Xannie Stpliens, of Cov fnmilv reeentlv. article of furniture. Or paint and ROBERT S. AXDERSOX. ington, is viiting her sister. Mis. enamel with a dainty design stenciled Of the o2 teachers who attended Heroines of the South Seas. CHARLIE 1IORXBACK on a bedroom suite will make It a thing Judge J. L. Atchison held a court the Carlisle Normal George Bennett and other relative. Woman, her lieuuty and loving school onlv two is, 'next to nature, the great vf beauty. What could be prettier than of inquiry Friday to find if pos- failed to get certificates to here. teach. erne of Snulh Sea literature. Tlie a bedroom set stained in walnut, a sible, some due to the identity of light gray wall for a background with Mi Mary Jane Cooper, of Is .flrly vojligers, who were indeed OLYMPIA alleged to he dipenin'.' to the charm of nature, felt pink lira pes, white curtains, old roe Davis Sorrell has typhoid fever is viiting her cousin. Dr. jiersi n and white rag rugs with a little touch o the full the appeal of wnniuti. The Mrs. B. F. Kolierts ami daughter- -. II. S. Gilmnre and family. uiocnhiue whikey in the Eatern at hi home on Slate avenue. lirst Spanish voyager to tlie Mar- of very (Nile blue here and there; or a of s Anna, Xcola and Myra. bedroom suite stained iu oak with a s Mr. and quesas, Qurlos. records that the womGregory and part of the county. Churches iu Fiitvttlc, eame Sunday to le the daughter, of Wyoming, spent Sun- that locality were the immediate Martha Washington Duff is im- en "had beautiful legs and hands, tine cream or Ivory background, withs either eyes, fair countenances, small waists blue and yellow cretonne caue of the investigation. Nothing proving slowly of typhoid fever. CelN of her mother, Mrs. Luey day with Maon Games and wife. Ivory curand graceful furins, and some of them or brown and cream drapes. rag rug? Hart. developed. prettier than the Indies of Lima, who tains and a brown and tun all the latest Columbia records on tire famed for their beauty." Cook's Airs. Clay Shultz, of Olah Fork. Cat Animals Easy to Trap. chronicler admits that "all women in The oil well drilled on Richard sale at E. L. ami A T. Rvron's. V. Vs., is the jrHet of relative Contrary to the general idea, cnt RUN-DOWthis part of the world are complete coN Crouch' place two miles south of quettes mid that few among them IU animals, such as tigers and Unphere MAYSLICK BOYS' BAND WILL i.ny hound to lblr conversation; aids, are the easiest to catch In Chas. Gault, of Hazard, and John Carolina Lady Got So She Could Olympian Springs, and which was PLAY HERE JULY 30 therefore It is no wonder that they trap, as well as nets. The work Is reported Iat week to be a good and CihhII. if Whitiydmnr. aro pnests have obtained the character of women as simple as baitini: a Just Drag. "Cardui Built Me A one. was "shot'' Saturday and reof pleasure" a conclusion against it requires little sagacity. of their aunt, Mrs. J. K. .laekson. Up," She Declares. The Ma'slirk I5ov.' Rand will piny which lie protests. Kioiu Olicrea. with a spring door will make a catch ports ay with very poor results lime after time, with no more trouble Sherman Swartr. and Mr. Lewis for the Picnic at Kimhrough's ijnci'ii of Tahiti, who. like Dido, Kernersvllle, N. In an Interest, However, thi field will not be abanon the strand the departure than transferring the animal, to a Williams, of Rand .W. Va., Mr. Joe tng statement regarding Cardui, the .Inly 3(1. This is ipiite a the Woman's Tonic, Irs. (f Captain Cook to the runaway of transportation cage and rebnlilng goaL Mrs. Je- - near here, recently Wesley Mabe, of doned vet Swartz, cf OkIe,v. tep forward in picnic. as this is Melville, trap with a chicken" or a'small' said: "I have After reciier,hg'fiom the surprise of A very heathen Ir. tlie carnal part. Ihe lirst time (hat a lirst class con Creek. known Cardui for years, but never s4? HhiI hMs, ft .Stra-ph- t IIknew Its worth until a year or so ago. finding Itself trapped, the animal eats ver says the drouth has-From The South cert liatiil ever played an outdoor ert .Morse l.ovctt. inSea Sl.vle. by Koln the halt, which supplies It with food Kv.. and Mi4vh Swartr., of Rusell. I was In a weakened, run down conAsia .Magazine. fected this country serionly only dition. became draggy d'dn't eat or until the natives come along on their There are the puets of their mother. Mrs. sleep to Ido any good; couldn't do any- n pots. ami that with condition iu celebration in Owingsville. regular tours of Inspection. Military Music. are .18 musician in the hand dressed thing without a. treat effort. I tried KitSMhctli Swartz. The liiiporlam-ol music In different remedies and medicines, yet Eeripe. where the drouth ha been in white uniforms and it is hoped Wtn. Kineaid. of Wet Virginia, I continued to drag. life I now prncth ally Working Up a Climax. d general, the outlook for good prices everybody in OuingMille will be ah', in thi country as ii luis ion. le-"f a.I.1aJ a A woman traveler lu the South tells week. wjts vis'titvp rlatives here for farm products this year i vcrv md found it was just what I really . n . do about a tour which she to hear them. ts rcciixiucil aliro.id. JI:ui Brn July lSth to Jaine Swartr d .eded. It mada me feel much strong-- e bright. not know that at the lieiuuitiu of made iu a New Orleans auto-bus- . "The soon after I began to use I be-- t rrA wife, a daughter Freda Jean. the World war. nrilher the governcar was full of tourists, and the guard to eat more, and the nervous, There will be an ment inn the mllit.iiv authorities be shouted with a strong yoke through a HerhJe Porgrnm, who has heen .veak feeling began to leave Soon I (iood rains are reported to have supper at the Lower Whito s megaphone. Nothing of his ititoiilngs lieved or even suspected thai 8 sleeping good. ?ttiond at Fortress Monroe, ha school-housFriday nitrhr, July music miglii lie as much ol a remains In my memory except his re- "Cardui built me up as no other fallen in many places in Central j leeeived h'onorahle disrharge and tonic ever did. 2i), for Hie benefit oiMhe schooj. ns lirs class gui s The ply to a tourist who asked, as we "I used Cardui with one daughter Kentiifkv. where the drouth ha Ii ice In the ollicial at it ii e inward entered one of thy beautiful ceme- ifiHic home last week. wno was puny, felt bad and tired out been mot severe. These were good music nunc paril.v from loici.n c teries. what the four figures kneeling Mrs. Collin Kelly, of Middletown, all the time. It brought her right out. rains on tipper Mill Creek, Sharps- at the corners at the base of a tall amide ami laruel. fiom tin- nut rin-and soon she was as well as a girl ci'oits of tlie i.uisiciaiis in the com- iiuirble sliatt represented. lie anOhio, who has heen her :ld be. We think there is notLing burg and On While Oak Monday and mittee on training camp activities. swered: 'That monument was erected like CarduL" mother, Mrs. Ida Peniek, retirned The reorganization Do not allow yourself to become Tuesday. of our militaiy by Jir. Moriarity, and the four figDcfent,er-nrc- d houie Sunday. uui-i- c weak and ures represent Faith, Hope and CharJunior from had mati.v attendant ditiiciiltics womanly ity, ami Mrs. .Moriarity.'" which are now recalled with Mrs. E. A. Swartz was in Salt troubles. Take Cardui. You may find Yearlings All Democratic holdover prohibi you really need. it Just what For by the musicians who expcrl-eiiicLiek one day la-- l week. more than 40 years it has been used Dy tion officers will lose their job on DUR0C JERSEY SOWS them, though ut the lime their mousanas and tnousands, and found Mrs. Ben Downs sient the day Just as Mrs. Mabe humorous side may not always have August 1st, Prohibition Djrector describes. Bats Breed in Cave. Hred to the Slo.000 been uppermost. with Mrs. Xewt Camwell at Mt. 2 At your druggist's. In a mountain near Montalban, LuSam Collins announces, and their Woodford Sensation zon, Philippine islands, there Is a Sterling Saturday. Highland king Deidaces will he filled by thrifty pro Object of Education. large cavern, wilh many branching fender and Improv-Defende- r. D. R. Swartr. ha s returned from Kducatloii is more than the mastery hibitiou agents. chambers, and a central dome 200 feet Medicine of a number of mental tricks. EduBmilder, Colo., where he has heen to Those who are in a "run down" condiIn height, perforating the mountain cation may teach a person how to top, tion will notice that Catarrh from December see his son, Charles, who is there them much more than when they bothers are In Edward Ginter, son of .lehn Mor 15th earn a living, but many pupils, often American which. Insaw Issue alast, an ollicer solid Rood health. This fact proves that while the best, cannot he persuaded that i for his health. II says Charles Catarrh ts a local disease, it is greatly can Ginter and Mis Lucille Shrout. Hew rapidly, Write for Calnlogue by constitutional conditions influenced earning a living makes living itself column of bats, which In a straight line, for 15 minutes, disimproving. HALL'S CATAnmi MEDICINE is a 01 :im nlirout, ol near worth while; they will turn from It Tcntc and Blood Purifier, and acts through oaiignier range In McKce I'.ros. Forest I loon to any irrelevance, good or bad; while appearing ever a mountain Miss Clell M niasson. of Ashland, the blood upon the mucous surfaces of town, were married at the home of the direction of Manila, without a the body, thus reducing tho Inflammation Farm those who can be persuaded are by was the guest of Mrs. J. L. Gray and restoring normal renditions. single the bride's paronts, Thursday, that very persuasion made stupid, says bat having left the column, All druggists. Circulars free the Christian Science .Monitor. Versailles. Kv. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, Ohio. few days last week. F. J. a which certainly is not the aim of ed.Ttilv 21st. American engineers s aliened there ucation. There is in everyone a hunMr. and Mrs. II. P. Shultz went ger of the soul, or the self, which can told the ollicer that the Might of the to Ashland Sunday to viit their A lints had occurred at practically the The Teachers' Circle say that combination baseball team, be satisfied only by some kind of mystical belief, and by a life In terms of same time each day during two years. son. Pierce Shultz and wife. warrants have heen issued for Chas. composed Owingsville of ami Do It Now. , It; this hunger must tie expressed From other sources tt was learned Miss Ethel Cornwall, of Mt. Ster- Marglnnd, George Stephens, Claude Sharpshurg players, was defeated Vou will notice on the desks of somehow, and all education must lie that the phenomenon hud been obling, visited friends here Sunday. Foley and Jo?h Jones, of the Fas-se- tt by the Mayslick team on the hitter's many successful business men, ami seen as a means of satisfying It. Lon- served for at least 30 years. Several from here attended the school; "Win. Williams and Jas. grounds in 1.1 innings Sunday hy a others who have an inclination to lie don Times. Introduction of Porcelain. successful, the vviuds: "Do It Now." Xft. Sterling last week. Fair at Lyons, of the Brown school, for score of 7 to 5. When tine hard porcelain was first and most of them are endeavoring to Roof of Mount Vernon. brought to Kurope from the Far Fast, live up to the motto. It Is an excelMrs. Mary Sands, of Zanesville. failure to comply with the compulThe wood shingle rcxif on Ceorge in the Fifteenth century, it was re lent suggestion to one who Is in the Washington's Ohio, eame Saturday to visit her sory attendance law-- , and other There is no change in the omli- - habit home at .Mount Vernon garded with admiration that amountof always putting olT until lis was repaired by him In I7S3 and was ed almost to nvve. a vessel of porcelain (ion of .Mrs E. L. Weddle, of Ashwarrants will i'ollow. sister, Mrs. P. P. Richardson. morrow what should lie done today. In not again repaired until 1SG0 a life of land, who litis txphoid fever at the addition to the terse little .sentence. 75 years, says the American Forestry being valued more than one of gold: Mrs. Pres. Jackson went Friday Alarriagc licenses were issued this home of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. "I to It Now," might be added another .Magazine of Washington. There have Extraordinary virtues were attributed for a short visit to her sister, Mrs. to this material, among them that of phrase, which from Its various applibeen many Instances found where revealing week to Hoyt """mpji"'i and Miss .1. T. Ralph on Slate avenue. C. E. Whiteomh at Norwood, Ohio. the presence of poison v cations has heroine more or less slang, shingle roofs hnve lasted satisfactorbreaking or by losing Its iraiislm eney. hut It Is huslne..s, lust u,,. .Illllt., an.' ily for fifty years. It Is not Mrs. John Oorden, of Cincinnati, Bertha Statfn, llcrry Tiiplett and at all The physician of the Archduke Maxiapplies to man ciiiiiojoos. and wirec ' liable to attribute such a life milian of Aus;rla thought il almost Itarher Hrothers won- - the trcture "(Jet lliisy." "lie old song ofthat and our little daHehters, rawe on Miss Cleo Green. "The titiv cedar when we consider that beyond belief that the Turks should how premium of 25 pounds of Water .Mill" is true. Ttiesd. y to visit her sieler, Mrs. The mill will the . sarcophagi In which some of Use this precious china dally to drink Simon Fried. Save the difference Get the granulated sugar Friday night, and never grind with the water that bus the Kgyptinn l.in, . were burled three wutct and sherbet. Many guesses passed. ITtie minutes .Hint are wnsio.l thousand years ago re ptlll found-iR. L. Myers has returned from' ler cent cash discount at E. L. and Prof. C. V. Masting got the $5.00 we can never1 JiUioVdL-aiii-. were hazarded by the learned as (o )t.s i w Thrift fiiiriv im Composition and mode of prepnrtjtlbn. .Magazine. A. T. Byron's. Portsmouth, Ohio. premium Saturday night. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I). Y. DOtJOETT CLAKENCE B. OASSIDY For COUNTY CLERK lav. ton. W. 'h.. and Iiatiy Xam-yf her jMireat. rame to lie gmi-- t Mr. and Mr. T. B. Stngg. Mr. Will Knntz ami lair;hter nu'loreil to Lexington the pat week on a hopiiiig trip. Mi Ireae Annilage. of ("oin;r of friends here. till, is Mi Mnrguerite Steele, fit' Olive 1UH. in viiittitsr relatives here. Eajerv Caldwell. f Staten Nlaml. X. . made .i Jjort iit here the e tnl Y-- i'j'cd, l.v Dohsoii Tapp spread an uiiuu:il gloom iver the hearts of his many relathe ami trieml in and around this community, where he wa well only a known. Dawon was pneumonia setting up and lew he only lived a few hours. His wife and family wen1 heart hroken over the mhlcnness of his death. Dawson Tapp was horn October .10th. 1S7.1 and died July Slh. 1021. lie was ihe youngest son of Richard Tapp and wife, deceased. II" wa married to Miss Joie Convers. daughter of I. R. Convers and wife, naar Wjoming. To this union four laughter horn. Mr. Clara Warren anil Mrs. Minnie Wieilen. of Ohio, and Mrs. Ella Peterson, of Pari. Ky.. and Mis Anna Dawson, nt home. D.iw.on was an intelligent maii and an industrious and prominent farmer. Was widely known a n Miccessful I niiler and an excellent judge of live stock, and had accumulated iiite a goodly nm of money, lie provided well for hi family. He leave one iter. Mr. Minnie Goodpaster. of Sail Well: one half hrollier. William Tapp. of Howard Mill, and tine half iter. Mr. A J Sprole. fif Ashland, besides hi' wife ami daughters, and a host ot relatives and friend to mourn his loss. The funeral somci. wijre con ducted at the home on Saturday at 111 A. JL. hy Elder II. S. Ficklin n-- I Picnic ICE-WATE- - Barbecue THE OUTLOOK $1.50 A YEAR The only paper puhlislied in the county, advertising medium. Good da. KIMBROUGH PARK, SATURDAY We will furnish R wi-r- e For the biRRCSt crowd ever seen in Owingsville. Dropj into one of our tents and Ret a od cold drink. They will be open all day and you wiil find plenty of com-- j fortable seats. A Special Rest-Roo- m for Ladies. JOB WORK of all kinds done on short notice at reasonable prices. Give us a trial. JOE ARNOLD Soldi'M caudiiliito for Tax Commissioner. ROY A1AY AND STANLEY ii.niii'd llantord Stephen, of Moreliead, had In foot mutilated while trviug to hadl hoard a moving train. The font A CLARK, Deputies. Roman History. . mium'' uiiiti Itcnl It Iii'kiii Willi 4 lie-:a- n M atch the Following o Prices rru-liin- r Unusual Bargains. wit-nee- d l. I ! MEN'S NETTLETON SHOES, ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00. MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN ?6.r,.00 Suit $40.00, $55.00 Suit $35.00 ? 10.00 Suit $25. Price, Ladies' and Children's Slippers under competitors Shtrtinps, 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. A I . All Taltn Beach and Cool Cloth Suits enin-innnil- v irov-Inc- I Wll ! Ill IIIIMI GOODPASTER & CO. IHIIII Is M lire-electio- I THE SALTLICK DEPOSIT THE BANK FOR ALL BANK ef-fo- Ken-tuck- v. ha-za- SALT LICK, As strong K KNTUUKY and sjifV j.s honesty and prudence nisikc it possible. We invito vour Banking business. Flem-iughur- 11 Mfc-sc- Mrs.-Jame- ROUGH AND DRESSED over-drape- HARDWOOD OUR LUMBER WEAK; SPECIATIES: Flooring, Ceiling and iding OUR MOTTO: rat-tra- box-tra- p a Park-Saturda- Good Material, Low Prices " SALT LtICKCUM - . ;f. ana rair jLeanng. BfeCATirafeKTH mill-itr.- i lat !.! -- sight-seein- J : it ice-crea- m t O.-ik- lltst-clas- o neci-ss'i- - g ci run-dow- Public Sale! 43 amin-e-meti- t I Cords RW Fabrics N'C-14- Hall's Catarrh EDUCTION in Fisk Monday, August mean a lowered quality. prices does not Every Fisk Tire, large or small, is a standard Fisk Tire. Present low prices are on tires which have made the name Fisk famous for quality and mileage. There is no better tire value in the world than a Fisk Tire at the present price. i n