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Clarence Power spent lnt wed is dead nt his home in Naples, Itnly dentin" the ltlilies ill Rmviiil county Affiles allll Mittlic Xorth, of Sail Ji A. Power will make pictures cv Lick, are visiting Mrs; Andy Coyto. cry Saturday at hi. home m Route 1 Miss Ida Belle itrotlier was the . t t. tt is saw mat nve million ji docs arc irac.- -t of relatives and friends calcnjii China everv vciir. Ml. Scth Bolts is visiting her 1x3 Joe D.'Slipehan do your paper daughter, Mrs. George Wyeoff, of hanging and painting. Winchester. Mrs. W. L. Martin and daughters. We handle Mocha and Java cofiW.? of Paris, are visiting Mrs. James the liost blend the world over. Sliaukland. K. C. BYROX Fnlnk Daily Jias returned from a Experts figure tliat the Hurley two weeks' visit lo his grandmother, erop this year will average only 4!l Mrs. Mary King, at CarlUle. per cent, of la&t year's crop. Nrs. Rurl Kincaid Mr.--, cd Hcmrmlwjr to vote for luirl . "Nappy" Thompson Saliinluv An- -' gust 6. PERSONAL 5 MDSICflLE GIVEN BY COLUMBIA III 1 WILL UK AND UKPEATED KILL i H u GRAPHOPHONES STYLE E 2 NOW $85.00 TEN-INC- H RECORDS NOW 85c WE SHOW FOUR STYLES Thursday, August AT THE SCHOOL CHAPEL m H uu u COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES 53 545 $65 $85 and little son arp visitinp; Mrs. Kincaid's FOR SALE One first class 3 4 sister Mrs. J. Tyler Davis at Ox inch Mitchell Wagon. J. R. Brother ford, Ky. 1-- For tlie benefit of those who attended our Come and see this line and hear the latest records programme and wish to coimj again we are' E. L. & A. T. BYRON our programme and price. Ad chanainc: WINCHESTER STORE mission 35c. There will be music for all.! The Soldier Candidate Special for ail candidates & Co. Wholesalers arc nuking $5.00 Mile f" pntss weed, ice-le- Mrs. Charles Hoop and children have returned to Iheir home rtl Ciil iniiati, after a visit lo relatives here. 35 For Representative I I ;a3-ichv 35 . T H O ' fcoc rAV Ittly Ike lies! lea. a Orange I'e .1. R. STKKLK Mrs. Irfigan Shearer and children. f Lexington, arc visitinsr Mrs. hearer's mother, Mrs. J. L. Me-'oy. a Q PUBLIC SALE As M LOST: or carried away by mistake my fountain pen. Reward $3.00 which i more than it cost. RKBSK WKI.LS. ' .j.SK? Jj0V42 The final days of tne election was the direct cause of my being campaign have como and I feel unable to join the army, t As soon nsfknew the imnos- lo. fr. anl.Mr5MH Cnnniclfncl, of. that the people have ojiCblnm- Vn0thanoliciestheva'rTQUS"ri-'lsibilitof becominir aWildierT "rwej-gne'sts H tiitonrlwB'i-centlJjr'irthdav e Little Martha Ammennan enter tained a numlter of her friends Fri- ay evening in honor of her fifth V administrator of the estate of Win. will on C H n4 Hart, deceased, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10 o'clock a. 111. 11, 1921 U Vi J' .i.r'vnincnae.r(j .sister, copier. M"s .Mrs. uiiao. at the late residence Hose Him, ill Bath - O a-- they be elected .Should I be Itath-Ruwa- n fmogene Crooks rettirned on Good rains fell here Monday night, greatly ' benefitting grass, lohaeco Saturday from n two weeks' visit lo her aunt, Mrs. Adah Wnthen, at and late com. ()lMiian Orange Pekoe tea the hct ice-te- a. Golden Dream coffee R. C. BYRO.V. All the typhoid fever patients arc lie getting along very ., welL mprted to Columbia graphophones ,'t-t $85. No , from $30 nt E. I 'i'Lf ltringsrillc-Sharpsbur- g base- ball team was defeated by the Blue Lick tcani'nt the laltcr's iplace by a MtireTr'G to 4, Sunday." Attend the Sunday School Convention at Salt Lick August 19. All Sunday tchcols of the county are expected to send delegates. Pairs Army Shoes. I haT just received T00 jmirs of 500 t rr-- shoes which I sight land of prices. wiH sell at the CLAY ROYSK. Ice Cream Supper Then will lie nn ice cream supper t i Mian emieavor, ai an Hire1-- 10 render such a service as will bespeak my appreciation of the (Miss Angie Young Jackson left honor conferred upon me. I shall Monday for a several-daycamping have in mind throughout my trip to Torrent with a party of Win- tenure of ofiice the welfare of Lmy district and the State of Kenchester young folks. tucky, and I shall permit nothMr. W. D. Pence, of Maine, Ok- - ing to stand in my path when liiluium, and Mrs. J. V. Thompson, the opportunity to serve my peo-.AVinWic-tijro. visitinp their pie and my State preseuts itself. T.h"s far I have spoken in gen- .,,si,,. Mrs. II. J.Dauly. ' : leral terms. I shall now take the Mr. and Mr. John Cravens, of privilege of announcing more de- Mt. Storlinr, siienl Saturday and unitely some of the things I Should I be stand Sunday aft- guqsts-vJfiss Ilcnbcn your for: Representative elected next I will 'Hartley near jRcynoIduville. take a firm stand against the ilMrs. fnry,'M6rfioJnd;Mrs. Griffin, legal sale of whiskey; I will adspent Thursday as vocate and support every bill in of Mu troduced before .the Legislature . of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben cuest inat nas as its purpose tne ce- Mnnley, 6f near lleynoldsville. whiskey trafiic. feat of the i ..j t aiiuu ever lie ruuuy t- - siuuu tu l i ti Jiloyally behind the soldier boys of and Miss Madge Sl.rout, of Rose Kentucky who fourht so bravelv Run, spent the past week with the in the late World War and shall; . i J support any measure aesigneu miters aunt, airs. a. r. Uusicy. Emma Harper and danphter, tor tne reliet ot these worthy Mrs. boys who gave their health and of Salt Lick, have been puests of their future to their country. I Mrs. Harper's sister, Mrs. Mary myself would have fought with Metcalfe and family for the past these boys had it not been for the fact that I was rejected five week. different times. I am wearing Mrs. A.- B. Wells, who had been a silver plate in my skull which visiting her husband's parents,. Wells and wife, on Satc?J3rj!e Kl.tylNGf ATi !JA0REHEAD l- - l n me next uenerai Assemuiy . II i" .ll ..S . , ,1(1 for three !oi decedent, Legislative District the work night and day. COjmityv oifuiv.- - for for- - ecution of the war and Oil ' sale the following prop- 3 I s' .f T, . -- of - ,i i ! - . Lastly, I shall 'labor af .all times 'u of better ?oads and hall advocate su-lmeasures as may eome boforo the Legislature 'nokiiu; to the improvement of the Intolerable rond conditons in Kentucky. At the same time 1 nm mindful 'bat Kentucky taxpayers are al ready overburdened with tax, and I rdiall oppose measures bringing till increase in taxaton. I am now, and have ever been nn advocate of pood schools. I want to see the lime when iJl. of the children of all the. people will havo equal opportunities to prepare themselves in an educational wuy, I shall, if elected, be diligent ind faithful to the cause of cduca- ,ion ami i,etter st.ools, necessary to education. .. I nave taken the liberty to stato to you tho policies I expect to pursue t ele.ted I trust that you will give Seiii due consideration. A vote for me is a vote for the things I have stated above. I s'hall thank the men nnd Women voters of this district for their vote and influence. Sincerely yours, r erty: ' p buggy horse; one one sow and 14 shoats, about 40 or 60 barrels of corn, some old and new hay, some oatB, Fifteen steer cattle 2 years old, one Ford touring car, twenty-on- e yearling steer cattle, one buggy and harness, one saddle, some farming implements. Edison amberola, good as new, some household and kitchen THOMAS J. KNIGHT Voie for the man who is qualified by training and experience to represent you at Frankfort. When he announced for Represaid of him: sentative the Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democr"Mr. Knight is lawyer of ability, a clever gentleman and a good businessman. Should he ba elected the district will have one of the ablest members in the lower house," at furniture. Terms: All sales under $10 cash, all over that amount on credit of four months, note v illi good suret)', bearing 0 per cent, inter- t from date of sale V CJ, K HAiri', Administrator. R? T. Myrs, Auctioneer " 3- EARL B. THOMPSON IS A CANDIDATE t - if CLE OFTilE J COME TO SUPPER The Peeled Oak school invites you : .. . i i.i ii to an ice cream and pie supper Fri- - m""mv August 6th. Box of candy to' their fs,t' mabc forevcr from tho he given to most popular lady and a limelight. MRS. EMMA WALKER. cake to the most popular gentlc- - ing candidates of' the county, fol- nd a bow of lowel tiI,wt'h h' Bath Circuit Court Subject lo the Democratic party primary election August G, 1921. Y our support and influence respectfully solicited. R" num. Grand march led by contcst- - OUTLOOK SI.5C PER YEAR. VOTE FOR E3 VAX Y. GREEiT. 4-- - EWING CONNER FOR I THE PICNIC The picnic Saturday was attended by a thousand or twelve hundred enple. The weather was excessive-'- y hot and the lack of shade on the iflound caused much inconvenience fo those especially who wished to witness the ball games. A few people ft it Knlor school bouse Friday night near town, left Monday for his of tho nt Salycrsville. home August 5, ftr the IwncSt jschool. Evcrj'bwly invited. Mrs. Edgar Denton and little feon left Friday for n visit to her father, Samples of "all new releases in Wm. Gordon nnd sisters, Mrs. H. R. Columbia records will be received Clark and "Mrs. Bethel Cullop, tnfl "each' month at E. L. and A- - T. By. ir u.: ' I ron's. 'Ben Islimael, of Fleming county, lio-Saturday of tetanus, caused by j horse stepping on' and Injuring his feot. The wound healed' but deveolped afterwards tcta-Jias Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Horseman, who are making their home near Colorado Springs, Col., arrived last week to spend a few weeks with The first home,grown vatennelons nil the season were on the market Alondnv. L REDUCTION IN RATES There will be a reduction of rates at the Olympian nni the first half of August. v mmnm rates, S15.00 by the t ".00 by the ay. Phone your reservation!. Let u deliver 'ou a Primrose Cream Separat r t ' ream going up, Jefl and Mrs. separators have gone down. There Thomas,Clark the OlympiaWallace of neighis n profit for you. E. L. and A, T. borhood, were married Thursday. Byron's. -1 friends and relatives. Everett Kerr, wife and four chil-- " dren, of Danville, came Monday to visit Mrs. Kerr's sisters, Mrs. Jas. Steele, Mrs. Reese Wells and Mrs. Wm. Wells,;and Mrs. Kerr's brother, of the Peeled Oak neighborhood. Mrs. Clyde Peed and children left Monday to join their husband and father in the Texas oil fields. Clyde writes that he has a satisfactory position nnd that everybody is prospering in the territory where he is at work. '"VL These girls, Miss . Cook, Byron and Estill are set oiid to none in their line of entcn. :eal. This i without a doubt the best thing that has ever been given in Owingsrille. Let's encourage them Vand attend their program again this coming " Thursday night, August 4 mis sion 35c C. F. MARTIN, Supt. f The Owingsville colored base hall team defeated the Mt. Sterling colored team Sunday by a score of 8 to 0 at Mt. Sterling. Get our prices on coal, lumber, The same Owingsville colored team defeated Huntington Tues- lime nnd cement before buying. Right irices nnd prompt delivery. day by a score of 7 to 8. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Thursday in Morehead, "Town Mnr- hal Alfred Frnley shot nnd wounded C. W. (Cate) Tolliver, from which he died at a Lexington hospital on Saturday night. The particulars of the shooting arc meagre and reports conflicting. One report has it that the marshal! had a warrant for the arrest of Tolliver. who resisted arrest in the usual Tolliver fashion, which caused the shooting. Another report says the men had had a difficulty earlier in the day, when Tolliver got the drop on Fraley and succeeded in bluffing him, but did not shoot. Later in the day the men met. and Fraley drew his gun first and began shooting, striking Tolliver three times. Tolliver fired once, glazing Fraley's side. Both Fralej and Tolliver were noted gunmen. Tolliver was one of the family of thaf name rii'de famous by the Rownn county war. nnd is credited with hnvin; killed several men. After Tolliver's death Fraley was taken to the Jit. Sterling jail for Safekeeping until his examining trial, which was set for Wednesday. Frnley is at present town marshal or .Morcnenii nnd was formerly sheriff of Rowan comity. Ju'(lre 0f Biltll Coilllly c with, fine prunes MY DAD'S EWING CONNER favorite jam. YOU HEAR ot a smoke. . brought their dinner with them, but most of the crowd pnrtdok of the public free dinner, which had been ireparcd on the ground. The Mays-lic- k Boys' Band of 38 pieces composed of to very small d "kiddies" furnished good music for the occasion. The pleasure of the day was marred only by one incident. Two prominent citizens of Nharpsburg, after an altercation over a game of baseball, came gray-heade- WAS THE one about. THE OLD storekeeper. WHO WAS playing checkers. IN OR READ about a smoke. THAT REALLY does more. THAN PLEASE tho Usto. THE back of tho store. THE coal oil. THERE ARE uo hooka on yon. THERE'S NO AMONG law againsC AND THE pruntfs. WHEN THE sheriff. WHO HAD SAID "SI YOUR STEPPING up. WITH THE other Uto AND SAYING IN A loud, one. just Jumped his kln. there's a customer. "Sh-hh- ! right out. clear votca. WAITIN' OUT front." AND SI said Tho Winchester Water Works Co., IF YOU'LL keep quiet MEBBE HE'LL go away." NOW HERE'S tho big Idea. WHEN A good thins. HAPPENS ALONG. DONT LEAVE "GIMME A pack of. THOSE CIGARETTE8. THAT SATISFY." The game, which promised to be nn interesting one, was broken up in the fifth inning. But the spectators were rewarded in the afternoon by the Snlt Lick team and the combination of. Owingsville and Sharpsbnrg, in which Salt Lick was victorious by a score of (5 to 3. Taken altogether, the picnic was a success, especially from a financial noint of view. .Tor Arnold made a hit with his free ice water for all, and bis rest room for ladies. The crowd was a remarkably peaceable one for "dog days." -- is building water mains to the tucky river. Ken- Gov. Morrow has pardoned Verne Jones, who shot and killed Woodson Henry at Mt. Sterling over a year ago. In granting the pardon th it to IF. George. goodness. tobacco You're right, too, because they don't make other cigarettes like Chesterfields. The Chesterfield blend can't be copied. full-bodi- YOU'LL say you never tasted such mild but TO GRAB tho graTy. PRINSTANCE Mrs, Sam Bigstaff drew the T. S. Shrout is building what will fine lamp given by E. L. & A. T. be a handsome dwelling on his lot Byron as a prize at the Dicture facing Coyle street. show. Governor clearly recognized the unwritten law in these words: "I believe in the homo and the sanctity of the fireside and the purity of wife and mother and holding fast to these beliefs, I am persuaded that Verne Jones, having exercised all other means nt last was driven Montgomery county farmers held a mass meeting to protest against by desperation to defend his homo, the assessment- - of farm lands at the his children, his honor." same value as last year, which it is alleged the tax Monday will be County Court! is do. Dav. VS. Have AIR-TIG- yea teen the neto tin of SO? 4 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. TO VOTE FOR D. W. DOGGETT ATTORNEY SATURDAY, AUG. 6 . COUNTY OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, IN OWINGSVILLE. KY. NO DANGER FROM BEAR Mayflclri. Trial of the lnnictmen pending against forty four men for nl leged participation In the burning of the tobacco chute, were continued until the November term cf the Graves Clp cult Court by Judge Bunk Gardner Attorneys for the defense sought a continuance because of the developments In the ase since the charge made by Art Brand that he paid money to Commonwealth's Attorney Ben Adams to dismiss the indictments. SHIPPING BOARD DELIVERS Aquatic Merry - Go - Rounds for Chicago's City Beaches ULTIMA Squaw's Act Seemed Extremity of Bravery, but Simply Meant She Understood Brute'a Nature. While e rested a few minutes, the women espied In a little springy dell some unusually fine moss, which they at once began to gather, writes Arthur Hemlng In the World's Work. Indian women dry It and use It In a number of ways, especially for packing about the little naked bodies of their babies when lacing them to their cradle boards. The Incident, however, re minds me of what once happened to an Indian woman and her eight-yea- r old daughter when they were gather ing moss about n mile from their camp on the shore of Great Slave lukc. They were working In n mus keg and the mother, observing a clump of gnarled spnices a llttlo way off, sent her daughter there to sec If there were any berries. Instead of fruit the child found n nice round bole that led Into a cavern beneath the roots of the trees thnt stood upon the little knoll, and she called to her mother to come nnd see IL On kneel ing down and peering within, the mother discovered a bear Inside, and Instantly turning about, hauled np her skirt and sat down In such a way that her figure completely blocked the hole and shut out all light. Then she dispatched her child on the run for camp to tell father to mine Immedi ately wlih his gun and shoot the bear To one who Is not versed In wood craft such an act displays reroatkable bravery, but to an Indian womnn It meant no such thing; It wns merely the outcome of her knowledge of benrs, for she well knew that ns long as all light wns blocked from the hole the bear would lie still. Rut perhaps you wonder why she pulled np her skirt. To prevent It from being soiled or torn? No, that wns not the reason Again It was her knowledge of bears that prompted her, for she knew that If by any strnnge chance the bear did move about In the dark and If he did happen to touch her bare flgur for Indian ladles never wear llngerli the bear would have been so mystified on encountering a living thing In the dark that lie would make never an other move until light solved the mys tery. However, father came with a rush nnd shot the bear and the brute was a big one, too. He'd Traveled Some. "What's the name of this asked the supercilious traveler rear platform of an observation "Chlggersvllle," replied the youth, who was loafing around tie red depot. KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Condensed Newt of tntetett From AH Parts of the State DRESSMAKER MADE WELL and Took Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound Followed a Neighbor's Advice TUM TO EQUAL CHANCE BRITISH DEMANDED SHIPS MUST RECEIVE FAIR TREATMENT n Contracts For the Transportation Vif Cotton From Alexandria, Egypt, o the United Kingdom and the United States. United States Ship r4ng Board ht delivered an ultimatum to the ISritish shipping lines that tin loss its shifts rerette fair treatment ' Owensboro. Rhoda Yost, a young man who was tried on a charge of stealing Liberty bonds and notes vnl tied at $10,000 from J. P. Crahtree, was found guilty and sentenced to two years in the State Reformatory. Iindnn. The in contract f,r the transportation of rtHiim fiwu Alexandria, Kgjpt,-- to the United KtKlui and the I'nl'cd SUitts the Slitting Hoard will "declare nil open Market" .ml "haul anything any where hi any rMle." The board also wit! lnvke the retaliatory measures ctHlmttied in the Jones shipping act. imder uhkh essels owned by unfair oHietitrs may he excluded from theUnited States ports, the ultimatum detin res. A isprftcn quoted advices frwwi Alexandria as sHvlnp the repre-- Princeton. While hunting on their father's farm near Providence. Webster county, William Woodrow Clark, aged 10, was shot accidentally and killed Instantly, by his brother. Harley Clark. They were the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Clark. Frankfort. E. A. Noonan, Frankfort policeman, who was shot by John A. Fallls, probably will lose the sight of one eye, according to advices received here from Cincinnati where he Is un dergoing treatment. Noonan was struck by a load of buckshot fired by Fallls. Frankfort. For the second time l two days Governor Morrow has re fused to pardon a convicted "pistol toter." Mlltic Smith, of Cumberland county, was sentenced to ten days In Jail and fined $50 for the offense la March. The Governor denied his ap plication for clemency. these electrically propelled Chicago, which calls Itself the great summer resort of the central west; Is placing at Its municipal bathing beaches They nre proving very popular. merry-go-round- WILL NOT MIX IN JAPAN EXPRESSES ATTITUDE Is- FUNDING OF WAR "FREE FOR ALL" Tokyo Urges Omission of Settled sues Affecting "Particular Powers." DEBT IS FAVORED SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE VOTES TO REPORT FAVORABLY ON PROPOSITION. Idmi seHlatives of the United States Ship AMERICA REFUSES TO ACT AS i4j: Iitmrri In Alexandria had decided ARBITRATOR FOR UPPER to break negotiations with IJvcrpo"! SILESIA. 4i!jhmk Interests regarding the ship ping of HgypUan cotton because of Uie methods used In obtaining contracts War Clouds Darken as Result of Ac cotton from Alexandria for ship-pintion Both Germany and France The advices said the Americans inteud- Preparing to Send Troops Toward ol to adopt protective measures, dethe Border Line. claring intlmWHtimi had been used In tomiHtHloti for freight and alleging that discrimination In favor of Ilrit- Paris. The I'nited States will not ish bidders had been exercised even arbitrate the I'ppcr Silcsian question. when American Idds were lnateriullj Mron T. lierrlck. United States An lower than those of Uie ltritish. lmssador, had a long private Interview with l'remler Arlstlrie Brland. after Washington. Aggressive measures which, although nothing was given out have been adejHef by the Shlppin officially. It was admitted in diplomatic Hoard to iitsHro fair treatment for circles that Mr. lierrirk had informed American merchant ships In the award the French Premier that the United of trad Ins privileges In foreign ports. States could not be expected to act as Although hut partly revealed by nego referee In the Upper Silcsian "fret " tiations in progress the hoard's jiolicy owing to the delicate nature of is understood to rest on the proposiher economic and political lines on tion that other nations must give ev- both sides. ery roper owortunfty to ships tijing It Is said that George Harvey. Uni the- Stars and Strlcs or run the risk ted States Ambassador at I.ondon, deof encountering the retaliatory meas- spite his seat In the Supreme Council, ures iitaced within the prerogative of is not authorized by Washington to engage in the present Kuropean game the board by the new shipping act. There is every indication, as reveal- revolving around Silesia in any nay ed b officials here, that the American At the same time it is Intimated Government will stand squarely that the United States Is strongly de swh a iwogram, and every confi- sirous of an early solution of the dence that it will succeed, without Sllesian tangle. oiHtosftlen, in placing the Amerl- Hut with Americatr Intervention go merchant marine on e proper level ing Into the discard, war In Northeast in International trade. A situation that em Kurope, Judging from all signs has brought the board's policy into here, becomes almost a certainty, exists at Alexandria, since, with England backing Germany 1ohnIikih Kgypt, in relation o contracts for the and France supjtortlng Poland, a pa carriage of Kgyptkin tviton to the Uni- cific solution of the problem Is dis ted Kingdom oihI the United States, counted already by many experienced in Uk view of board otliclals, the Brit- observers. ish shipping Interests have taken an Anticipating a clash with the Polish unreasonable attitude towanl admis- forces In Silesia, the Gentians are re sion of American vessels to that trade, ported to bo rushing and strong representations have been toward the border line. inade, which confidently are expected It Is learned that the French troops ' on the lUilne have received orders to to have the desired result. There is no disposition here to re- be ready day and night to march Ino gard the Alexandria problem, as con- Germany. stituting a sorbins disagreement In if fell, but there I a feeling that it will Three Killed. establish a. significant precedent. The Greensburg, Ind. Three persons negettyians that have led up to it were killed and another was injured, reaHy jjre concerned with the broader nrobahlv fatallv. when a Blc Four Das- jevtNif admission of the Shipping senger train bound from Cincinnati to Hoard's representatives Into the con- Indianapolis crashed Into nn nutunio ference of interests that con- bile driven by James Anderson, of trol such awards as that at Alexandria Itlchlnnd, Hush county, at McCoy Stn awd the general recognition of Uie Hon, five miles east of here. The board as a factor in shipping decisious. dead: James Anderson, 40 years old, fanner: Mrs. Mary Anderson, 30 years old, wife of James Anderson ; Rush Reward of $5,000 Offered. Detroit. .Mich. A standing reward Elston Anderson, C months old, son. George Anderson, 2 was announced by the De The injured: of troit Clearing House Association for years old, son. cut and bruised about the arrest and conviction or killing of .head. any iterson who loots or attempts to loot a member bank of the association. Banker's Family Located. The kfiiing of any person committing Detroit. Mich. Mrs. Warren O. burglary or attempting .burglary," the Spurgin and Miss Vivian Spurgin, wlfa announcement states, "shall, for the and daughter of the missing President jmrpose of the award, be considered of the Michigan Avenue Trust ComUie same as an arrest and conviction." pany, of Chicago, were located here by detectives. They !mmiUI:itely were put on a ChIcago-iountrain, in charge France Opposes Meeting. London. The French Government of private detectives. The women had deems It to be Imjiosstble to decide on been living in a private rooming house a meeting of the Allied Supreme Coun- during the time both Chicago and Detroit detectives were searching for cil tintll the question of sending into Upper Silesia has been them In an effort to get a line on Wardecided. M. De St. Aulaire, French ren G. Spurgin. Ambassador here, called on Ixrd Cur-zoBritish Foreign Minister, and conGermany Debt to America. voyed this information In the name of Washington. Germany ovred to the his Government. ' United States up to April 30, $240,744,-51- 1 for maintenance of American Bank Looted of $11,000. troops on the Ilhine, Secretary John Jacksonville, Fla. Six bandits rob- W. Weeks, of the War Department, bed the Bank of South Jacksonville, sent the figures to the Senate In anaenws St. John Jtiver from here, of swer to a resolution by Senator Borah. f 11,000. They drove up to the bank The total cost of the American occuin a.n automobile and five of them en- pation forces from December 18. 1918, tered, covered the bank employes with to April 30, the last date for which revolvers and fled with all the cash in accounts were available, was placed at for-allbe-Mte-rhd mil tee. Tho vote was II to .". Four IJotno erat.s and one Republican, Robert M I .a Follette, of Wisconsin, voted against a favorable report, and eight Republicans and one Democrat, John Sharp Williams, of Mississippi, were registered in the affirmative. An amendment proposed by Senator Penrose to limit the life of the bill to five j ears was adopted by the Finance Committee before ordering the meas ure reported. The committee voted down, however, two changes siiggesu-- by Senator Da vld 1. Walsh, of Massachusetts, Democrat. One of these would hao made it mandatory upon the Secretary of the Treasury to submit tho refunding agreements o Congress for approval Kentucky Is Included. before they should become effective, Washington. Acting with the ap and the other would have required him proval of President Harding, Surgeon to give full publicity to the agreeGeneral Hugh S. Cutiiuilng, of the Uni- ments. ted States Public Health Service. InThe action by the c nunlttee follow vited state health oillcers of 13 South ed the reappearance of Secretary An- ern Slates to meet In Washington Au- diew W. Mellon to answer Its queries gust 4 to consider the situation In con- as to how far he considered himself to nection with reports of threatened pel be bound by previous negotiations for lagra epidemics In parts of the cotton the funding of the Indebtedness con belt. The health officers of the fol ducted by the Wilson Administration. lowing states were asked to meet with The Secretary declared that, under : Toxasl commitments made by his predecessor. Public Health Service-officialLouisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ten the United States Government was ob nessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, ligated to postpone for "two or three Kentucky, Florida, North Carolina, years' the collet tion of Interest on the South Carolina and Virginia. now duo. The lutcrest $1,000,000,000 Is said to be idling up at the rate of Maximum Fees Set. $1,000,000 a day. Baltimore, Md. The Board of Trus tees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital IsTraces of Gold in Ohio. sued the following dictum: The max Chllllcothe, O. William Sinalley, of imum fee that any surgeon ought to Uit.nbrU'.ge, timl Thomas Goons, of charge for any operation, no matter Greenfield, according to the Scioto how wealthy the patient may be. Is Gazette f this city, have leased tho $1,000. The minimum charge that any John Tillits farm of 150 acres on physician ought to make for attend lluckskiu Creek, three miles from Bain- ing patients in a hospital Is $35 a brldge, and nre making plans to oper week. The effect of the ruling will be ate n gold plant. Smalley found traces felt not only in the hospital, hut, be of gold while hunting Indian relics. cause of the standing of Johns Hop Samples were sent away for assay and kins. In Baltimore City and every cor based on reports teceived the two men ner of the United States, physicians are now preitaring to begin placer and quartz mining. and surgeons assert. s ment conference gies consent to a discussion of Fur Eastern questions In connection with the conforeiii-e- , hut suggests that problems which concern only particular Powers or which can be recanted as closed Incidents lis omitted from the scope of the meeting. There was every evidence of satisfac tion over the reply in otticinl circles here, and It was indicated that the wa now was regarded as entirely dear for preliminary negotiations which will lis the time and place of meeting and de tails of procedure. A comprehensive consideration of the conference program before the del egates assemble also was suggested In the Japanese note and now Is regard ed as nsstinil. Tno attitude of officials here hns been that such u discussion would be in place entirely once all invlted Powers had accepted invitations definitely. A portion of the Japanese reply which attracted irtlcular attention here was a paragraph declaring that during the conference "problems" sucli as are of sole concern to certain par ticular Powers or such matters that may bo regarded accomplished facts should be avoided scrupulously." It was made plain, however, that otliclals here regarded this statement not as a condition of acceptance by Japan, but as a forecast of the attitude she will take when negotiations over the con ference program begins. Washington. acJnonn's ricflnh ceptance of a placj in the disarma- Interest On the Allied War Debt to the United States Is Now Piling Up at the Rate of One Million Dollars a Day. blanket authority in negotiating Uie terms of the refunding of the $11,000, HK.IKR) allied war debt to the United States, was ordered to be reported fa tnrably by the. Senate Finance Com Washington. The Ponro-- e bill, giv ing to the Secretary of the Treasury town?" on the car, husky the lit "Good heavens I What a place to spend one's days In I I dare say you'Te never been anywhere In your life.' "Well. I was over to London In 1017, and I took In Paris, Monte Carlo and Nice later on. I was planning to run over to Berlin for' a spell, but the boche decided he'd had enongb," Birmingham for WheaL India's Vheat crop for 1021 Is est! mnted at 253,051,000 bushels, or 603 per cent of the 1020 production, and 735 per cent of the average for the preceding five years. The 1021 culti vated area df wheat In the countries of Europe and North Africa, for which statistics are available nnd represent ing 10 per cent of the world's average Is given as 49,003,000 production, acres, or '102.9 per cent of the area of ' heat for 1020. Wordsworth r De Qulncey Good Showing bullet entered Daniel's breast. Just above his heart. Raker, another man Paducah. John Edward Johnson, a of the crowd, was arrested and placed civil engineer of this city, has been In Jail .at Oneida. appointed highway engineer for the Western District of Kentucky, sucFrankfort. John R. Fallls, who shot ceeding Engineer Hugh Crozler, who four policemen in this city June 15 and has been appointed assistant engineer whoso home and grocery store were In the state road office at Frankfort. burned down when special deputy Mr. Johnson has worked In counties of sheriffs fired into the building In thV Purchase and Is familiar, with gen- which he was thought to be barricad eral road conditions in this section. ed, brought suit In the Franklin Circuit Court against the Rhode Island Frankfort The business of the Insurance Company, of Providence, R. state, that part of It conducted In the L, to recover $1,000, which he alleges executive offices, was brought to a Is the amount of an insurance policy standstill while Governor Morrow wel carried on the building. The Capital corned Miss Mildred Hawkins to the Trust Company of this city was made capltol. Miss Hawkins was his school a party to the suit on the grounds that teacher in the Somerset schools In the the tmst company had a loss clause late eighties, and taught the Governor payable to It under the policy Insofar and his twin brother, Col. Charles Mor as Its Interest appeared in the event row, who also saw his former teacher. of a fire. Hickman. Arlee Caldwell, boy, residing In West nickman, was accidentally shot by Ben Smith, B0, at the boy's home. The bnltet from a revolver,, passed through his body Just under the heart end lodged In his back, and one leg is paralyzed as a result. Smith is thought to be deranged and was Immediately arrested by officers and put In Jail for fear of further accidents. Lexington. Circuit Judge R. C. Stoll ordered a new grand Jury empaneled to Investigate thoroughly the affairs of the former Fayette County Board of Education, which was succeeded In arch by the present board. State In spector and Examiner James, follow ing an examination of the books of the former school bojrd, reported that It spent $155,000 more than its Income for this year. "I especially charge you to go to the bottom of the whole situation." Judge Stoll said, "and as Frankfort. Otho Noe, of Wayne county, failed In his effort to win ex ecutive clemency. Governor Morrow re fusing to grant him a pardon. Noe was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon at the March term of Circuit Manchester. Steve Bowling, aged Court and sentenced to servo twenty about 20, was brought hero from days In Jail and pay a fine of $50. Oneida and placed In the county Jail, charged with shooting John Daniel, Frankfort. Examination of tlte son of Andy Daniel, marshal of OneiBank of Cropper, closed by State da. Daniel was helping his father and Banking Commissioner James P. some other men nrrest a crowd of men. Lewis on charges against J. N. Kem- Including Bowling, who. It Is charged. per, cashier, disclosed the loss of sur had come Into Oneida Intoxicated. At plus and capital stock amounting to first It was thought that the shot was $20,000 and the accumulation of $8, fatal, but now It is believed that he 785.71 deficit, a total shortage of $34, has a fair chance of recovery. The 783.71. Vernon, Tex. "For three years I Dr. and Mrs. 31. B. Ad- suffered untold agony each month with pains in my sides. I ams, of Georgetown, had a narrow es found only tempocape from death when the automorary relief in doctor's bile In which they were speeding to medicine or anything; Louisville from here, to catch a train else I took until mjr for Paducah, where thejr son, Charles hrsband saw an adAdams, lies at the point of death, vertisement of Lydia E. Pinkham's struck a cow. the collision upsetting Vegetable Comdemolishing it. the car and practically pound. I mentioned; Dr. and Mrs. Adams escaped serious it to a neighbor and injury, as did W. E. Clark, of Frankshe told me she had fort, who was driving the car. taken it with good results and advised I was then in bed part of Louisville. Acting Judge Sam An- me to try derson, In Police Court refused to al- the time and my doctor said I would low less than $2,000 bond for J. H. have to bo operated on, but we decided to try the Vegetable Compound and I Butler, charged with running down also used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanatiro Miss Ida Culver, IS, 011 South Seventh Wash. I am a dressmaker and am now street, seriously Injuring her. Butler able to go about my work and do my was caught by J. II. Rout another mo- housework besides. You are welcome torist after a long chase. Miss Culver to use this letter as a testimonial as I am sustained Internal injuries, as well as always glad to speak a word for your a fractured leg. It was learned at the medicine." Mrs. W. M.Stephens, 1103 Commerce St, Vernon, Texas. City Hospital. Her condition is re- N.Dressmakers when overworked are garded as critical. prone to such ailments and should profit by Mrs. Stephen's experience. Paducah. Rural schools in Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine county will open September 5 Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., about for the fall semester, according tn C your health. Your letter will be opened, by the McCrackoa read and answered by a woman and announcement held in strict confidence. County School Board. The date we changed from August. Salaries of the rural teachers In this county will not be reduced, the school board rescinding Its former action of a general reand all skin troubles can be duction of salaries as an economy cured with Bismoline. Money back if measure. Mrs. One Hill has been refirst box does not show results. 60c by elected truant officer of the county mail. F.H.Ycunf& Co, Toledo, O. schools. Frankfort. it ECZEMA History Made Interesting. was during ancient history period" one day that I felt so embarrassed. I was tired of reading about Julius Caesar and wanted something new. 1 pulled oft the old stunt of placing a book, a story book at that. In front of ray history, and the old camouflage held good until I was called on to read. Thoughtlessly I stood up and In an excited voice began to read: "The lights The lights I The boat Is sink Ing. As the cold water rushed on the " Here my voice ran off to deck a mere whisper as I realized what I had been reading. "Interesting history," my teacher commented dryly as I hnstlty sat down. O, man! How the class roared! Chicago Tribune. It 1 To Have a Clear Sweet Sklr Touch pimples, redness, roughness or Itching, if any, with Cuticura Ointment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Rinse, dry gently and dust on a little Cuticura Talcum to leave a fascinating fragrance on skin. Everywhere 25c each. Perverse Little Girl. The British ambassador said at a luncheon In New York: "The advocates of world peace are opposed with many silly arguments that they begin to think It's a very perverse and naughty world Indeed. "And Isn't the world Indeed getting; rather perverse and naughty? I was buying gifts In a toyshop the other day when I heard a beautifully dressed little girl say to a salesman: "1 want a doll, please, that will say "D n It" when I hit It.'" tells us that Words worth was Impatient when anyone else spoke of mountains, as if he had a peculiar property In them. And we can readily understand why It should be so: no one Is satisfied with another's appreciation of his mistress. Lowell. Close .Race Indicated. A scientist predicts that the end of the earth will be glacial. In other words, the coal trust will outlive the Piedmont ice trust dreenvllle (S. and Mountains. Get Back Your Health Are yon dragrinz around day after day with a doll backache I Are yon tired and larne morningi subject to headaches, dizzr icelli and iharo. stab bing pais. Then there's sorely tome- iniog wrong, rrooaoiy It i nancy weakness! Don't wait for mors ten ons kidney trouble. Get back your health and keep it. Tor quick relief get plenty of sleep and exercue and ok Doan't Kidney Pitts. They have helped thousands. Ask your neighbor I - a) , Larger Grants Requested. Washington. Additional expenditure of $10,400,000 for hospitalization of former service men, making a total annual outlay of $3Ti,000,000 for that pur pose and a re examination of all men who served In the World War, were propositions laid before the Senate committee Investigating soldier relief. The new and broader program for hos pital building is being worked out by Dr. W. C. White, Chairman, and members of the Treasury Board of Consult ants on Hospitalization. Hotels Lose $50,000. New York. New York's large hotels average losses of more than ?50,000 each annually In thefts of silverware and linens, H. F. Shaul, manager of a local hostelry, said. Mr. Shaul's statement was made in connection with the arrest of Ratnlro Vasquez, a hotel employe, In whose home, police declared they found a quantity of silverware and linens bearing the hotel stamp. Small Subject to Arrest. Springfield, III. Governor Len O. Small Is subject to arrest and prosecution on warrants taken out following his indictment by the Sangamon County Grand Jury for alleged embezzlement of $500,000 Interest on stat funds while Stutc Treasurer, Circuit Judge K. S. Smith ruled. The de cision, while holding that warrants should be served upon the Governor, states that the Chief Executive should be allowed "a reasonable time" to make his appearance, "voluntarily presenting himself before the Court." Warrants for Small. Springfield, III Warrants for the arrest of Governor Len Small on charges of embezzlement and conspir acy to defraud the istate, were placed In the bands of Sheriff Henry Mester, of Sangamon county. The sheriff Im mediately sent a message to Attorney Albert Fink, Governor Small's counsel. him that it will not be necessary for the Governor to submit to arrest in Chicago. Themes- sage said that arrangements for bonds could be made. In Chicago, informing n, sight. $275,324,192. . a Peek for $21 Toronto, Several landlords Ont. here are asking $2 of 'prospective tenants for the privilege of looking at apartments. Complaining to newspapers, one house hunter said a landlord told him the $2 would not apply on the rent If he should accept the apart ment. "I charge $2 to look at the place," said the landlord. "It has nothing to do with the rent." Prohibition Cause of Insanity. New York. "Prohibition, I believe. has caused more Insanity than the World War. 5Iy observations show that Insanity is on the increase, and it largely Is dne to the character of the liquors drunk by those who, hith erto addicted to alcoholic stimulant. now drink whatever they can get." This statement was made by Dr. Perry I.Iestenstein, resident physlcan at Tombs prison, testifying before n commission Inquiring Into the mentality of Philip Murthn, 48 years old, under In Just Turks Flee. Athens. Information from all sources indicates that the resistance of the Turkish Nationalists in Asia Minor completely Is broken, the Greek official news agency declares In a statement issued here. The Turkish losses in killed, wounded and prisoners to date are estimated at G0.000. The Greeks, the statement says, constantly are pressing the Kemaltstrf along the road to Angora. Along the route of their retreat the Turks set fire to their stores of material which they were unable to carry with them. Ku Klux Charter Revoked. Houston, Texas. The Ku Klux Klan charier of Beaumont, Texas, lias been revoked by W. J. Simmons, Imperial Wizard of the organization, it was learned here. This is the first step by the klan to check the rule" here, which in six months has resulted in the tarring and feathering of 43 men and one white woman. Tho revoking of the Beaumont charter followed the public admission by mem"tar-and-las-h Ford's New Rates Filed. Washington. The Detroit, Toledo and I ronton Railroad, owned by Henry Ford, filed new rate schedules with the Interstate Commerce Commission covering the cuts In freight rates, effective August 29, on heavy traffic. Including anthracite and bituminous coal and coke moving from the Ohio River to Detroit and other points on Its line. The new tariffs provide for a 20 per cent reduction on grain and grain products, coke and anthracite coal moving .from Temperance, where it is taken from other lines. dictment for assault. Minister Greets Child. Rome. A cordial greeting wns extended to Richard Washburn Child, American Ambassador, by the Marquis Torretta, Foreign Minister, Mr. Child visited him. The Foreign Minister welcomed the Ambassador to Rome and said he hoped his presence would strengthen the bonds of friendship between Italy and the United States. Mr. Child requested the Foreign Minister to arrange for an audibers that they had beaten, tarred and ence of King Victor Kmmanuel for the feathered Dr. J. F. Paul. presentation of his credentials. Four Die; Two Hurt. Cleveland, O. Four persons were killed and, two Injured, probably fatally, when nn automobile and n street car collided on the Abbey street bridge. The dead Include, two women, u man and a babe. Another man and a 10- year-W- d girl were injured so seriously, it Is believed, they will die. All were occupants of the automobile, which Is said to have belonged to H. Moss. Moss wns at home asleep when the accident occurred. He told police ho had left the mach'e repairs. In Parents and Brother Held. Warren, O. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vet bias and their son Alex, 17 years oUI. are In Jail, held In connection with the mysterious death of pretty four Mollle Verblas, their daughter and sister, ' respectively, whose body was found in a thicket In a wood at Niles. County officials hint that the girl died of fright and that they have evidence to show that Mrs. Verblas had beaten severely her daugha garage for ter and forceJ the son Alex also to beat her. teen-year-o- Englishmen Not in Favor According to Cannibal Tribe, Meat of the Islander It Classed as "Very Touohl" Rev. John Roseoe, English clergyman, wbouu traveled thousands of miles in East Africa, coming into contact with tribes never before vltited by 'white men, throws an Interesting and intimate light on tAe lives of the If they died of smallpox; but these folk, which Is hardly surprising, were less healthy than the others, whose women are described ns "the fattest peoples among whom he sojourned. things ever seen," while the men are He found tribes who lived wholly on thin, very athletic- and often well over milk and nothing else wbafoer, unless six feet in height. One of the cannia cow died, and after feeding on that bals stated in evidence that "Englisha men were very tough, but Indians nice fast was Imposed. So vast are their cattle herds that and tender." a king regarded 20,000 as n small flock. Another tribe lived wholly on Quebec of Today. bamboo tips and moles! In another No city In the New world has a more the relatives always ate the dead, even romantic history than famous old Que bec founded by Samuel de Champlaln In 1008. Its rise marked the beginning of the history of Cannda, Its capture by Wolfe the end of the French regime. Here nre buildings dating from Champlaln himself. The basilica which seats 4,000 people was begun In 1047, finished In 1005 one of the most touching works of faith In our whole history, considering the numbers and wealth of the Inhabitants. It Is still an old French town In many respects, although in other respects a hustling Canadian city. as Visitor Enters. That a sense of humor Is not altogether quenched by the humdrum of work In a government office is evi Frankfort. Leslie Spearman and denced by a placard which appears on Frank Howard, convicts at State the door of a department of the pen Refonnntory, having failed the get n sion ministry In London. It reads: mandatory injunction in the to Franklin closes our door except "Everyone Circuit Court, filed motion before Apyon." pellate Judge W. E. Settle for an order to compel the State Board of CharAs to Floating. ities and Correction to deduct at the When a man first learns to swim, beginning of a prisoner's term the full observing It do so. Mr. Chapnian he finds that it's Just about as easy amount of good time allowed at the" stated In giving out the letter that to float alone as in inter life to float rate of seven days the month for the most of the counties have been observ a loan. Sun Dodger. first year and eight days for the sec- ing the law, but that In visiting sum ond year. The board has 'changed the mer schools he had found that In a Still on the Market Instead of nunber of counties buildings had been Consul James G. Carter of Tanana- method of compensation. rive has been Informed that the total deducting It all from the full sentence, erected without compliance with the quantity of cloves produced In Mada- the board gives a credit of seven days law. "We hope later," said Mr. Chap gascar during the 1020-2season the month the first year and eight the man, "to have a law providing for a Is earned, and this makes commissioner of school buildings. At amounted to 20 tons. It appears that second as It forty-on- e days long present, however, the office of the state crop Is a prisoner remain tho outlook for the 1021-2er In a two-yeterm. If his conduct Is superintendent, with the very good. good. For misconduct "good time," es of the State Board of Health, passes on the plans." It Is called. Is forfeited. Has to Hold Them. Jud Tunklns says the reason a Covington. Walter Wheeler, Louisville. Frank McGrarh, 57, for Is that after he speaker Is old son of Harry Wheeler, Crescent mer chairman of the Democratic City got a few auditors going he's has Springs, Ky., County Executive Committee and hanged afraid to let them get away and think While coastingaccidentally was grade in and down a slight one of the recognized leaders of the things over. the yard of his home. Stretched across party's organization In Louisville for the yard was a clothesline supporting many years, was struck and killed by CINCINNATI MARKETS. a rug. Dangling from the line was a an automobile driven by a stout rope with several links of chain boy, at Fourth and Walnut streets. Hay and Grain. . attached. It is believed as the boy Three others met Injury In the acciCorn No. 2 son he struck dent. Hyman Godfrey, n 3 coasted upder Tamniir whilo CO0(7Oc. No. 4 white 0708c. the rug with such force as to cause of Benjamin Godfrey, an auctioneer No. 1 yellow 0707tfr, No. 4 yellow1 the weighted rope to whip around who lives at Camp Zachary Taylor, 05000c, No. 2 mlxod 03 S 03 He. and wrap Itself about his neck, lifting drove the car that dealt death. The Sound Hav Tlmothv nnr ton Sinni him from the coaster and causing lad had taken the machine without his 21.25, clover mixed tl015.50. strangulation. father's knowledge or consent Wheat Nn. 2 red XI 2rtU Xn a Lexington. Kentucky soon will be Authority has been Frankfort. $1.211.23, No. 4 red $103)12. the "e?g market" of the South, If granted by the War Department to Butter, Eggt and Poultry, growth during tho past year of the Adjutant General Jackson Morris for Butter Whole milk pure-bre- d poultry campaign conducted the conversion of Company E, In45c, centralized extras 43c, firsts 38c, by the Extension Division of the Col- fantry! Louisville, to a battery of arfancy dairy 33c. county tillery. General Morris will go to LouEgKS Extra firsts 32c flrsta Me. lege of Agriculture on the standardization plan is taken as an in- isville to confer with officers of the ordinary firsts 25c. dication of the Importance of the company regarding its transfer. The Live Poultry Broilers 2 lbs nnd state's poultry Industry. During the company of infantry mustered Into Over 2Sc. fowls 4 lhs and nvir "J.v spring hatching season. Just closed. service In Springfield has been conunder 4 lbs 1920c, roosters 14c. hatching eggs and verted Into Troop A, cavalry, 53rd Ma553,475 pure-bre21,805 baby chicks were distributed by chine Gun Squadron, to take the place Live Stock. CI county agents, according to reports of the company mustered, out of servCattle Steers, irnml tn chilrai 7T ice at Manchester. Just compiled at the college. l. fair to trood $(tnO(f3)7 T.t to fair $4G.50, heifers good to choice $70. fair to crood S.1 .VITilT SNUFFERS WERE SNUFFED. WAS CONSIDERED 'HARMFUL to fair $45.50; canners $t2, stock heifers $45, stock steers $50. It Is Just about 300 years ago that It Is Interesting to remember when Calves Good to choice $V.Vfi)10. Huckleberry candle snuffers used to be used, for fair to enod S7(fiift."iO. mmmnn unit one sees "Adventures of Finn" listed as one of tne 30 dooks at that time there was a great adlarge $4 0.50. culture by the vance In the manufacture of the necessary for Sifftir, fair Sheen Good tn public library, that when wicks which enabled the latter to to good $24, common $12, lambs, New York the book was new, some 25 years ago. burn more satisfactorily, and after good to choice SlOTiOffJ 1 1 . fair tn the Boston public library and others that there was no use for the snuffers. ?7.5010.50. about the country refused to place the The wicks of candles are put through TTnirsi 1 rjKTll IIivivv- S1..... n - 1 on .ui.. O (.UUKQ circulating departments. a treatment on various chemicals be.f n,aM.,t.. book tn the nnrkera anil Imtrhoro xi The reason, as published, was mat we fore they are placed In the Interior of $12, common to choice heavy fat sows - the candle. would be harmful to the them frouj $70, light shippers $12.23, pigs (110 bookmind. Milwaukee Journal. youth- smoking and This prevents too rapidly. from burning fal lbs and less $9 12.23. A Kick 1 2 long-winde- d -d .- Frankfort. Whether a Juvenile court retains custody of a child com mitted to the House of Reform until he is 21 Is a question before the Fay ette Circuit Court on application for a writ of habeas corpus to secure the release of Charles B. Sullivan, 15 years old, sent to the House of Reform last October by the Fayette Juvenile Court nnd recently ordered released by the Judge. The Board of Charities and Correction, represented by Attorney General Dawson, is fighting the writ and insisting that once committed for a definite period, he can be released only by parole or pardon. certain the truth and report the truth to the court, and If anyone has vio lated the law it Is your duty to con vict. It Is due to the persons who con stituted the Did school board; It is due to those who constitute the new school board; it is due to the taxpayers of the county ; It is due to all of us tht this Investigation be made, and you will have no more Important Investigation before you." Frankfort. County superintendents and boards of education must observe the state law requiring that plans for new school buildings be submitted to the office of the state superintendent for approval, according to a letter just sent out from the office of J. Virgil Chapman, state supervisor of rural schools. The letter calls the attention of the superintendents and boards to the law and urges that It be kept in mind and that those who have not been says: "A bad cold settled on mr kidneys and I had an awful spell with them. The secretions became and contained sediment. I was In bad 'shape. m The muaclea of my up. making- - It hard for me to bend or lift. Thera was m. dull ache over my kidneys. I used Doan'a Kidney Pills and they soon cured me." An Ohio Case U WM contractor. st nhMinn Greenville, Ohio, Ct Dean's at Aay Store. We a Bos -- FOSTER MILBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Parachute Long Known. The real designer of the parachnta was Leonardo da lnel. in 1500. although at the coronation of the Em--' peror To Klen. as early as 1303. Chi- nese acrobats were seen to Jump from a high scaffolding with huge para- chute umbrellas. Impressive. Mrs. Profiteer (relating her exneri- ences) "Yes, my dear, and we saw a You know one of those volcano. overnows wnicn mountains with lager." London Mall. Yaquis of Sonora. The Yaqul Indians. In Sonora. the trouble makers of northwestern Mex ico for generations, belong to the same family as the Apaches, some writers say, while others assert they are really more Aztec than Indian. Remember There's a Limit. "Every man Is lntitled to his own opinion," said Uncle Eben. "But dar aln' any use o yonr pnttln yoh own Idea of what de time o day ought to be agin dat of de gemman dat'c run-nide railroad train." n' Have Yon Tried Them? Ask Your Druggist or Dealer Trill Slzr. 10 TXBKBT BROS. A CO. Baltlmora. M4. ft. I.nli.eb.,4. 'Are Yonr Clothes Worth Fifty Centa? Onj can of MOTHENE wflj protect the ttinUfa Kfmeati frrnn rtmg by potaa. BeaatlfalcDow white emttli that enpenta whb a pleuaat adce. Lt au drasxuta. or aest peat-pai- d lor nfff ceata. The Organic Laboraterie Compemg Cincinnati, 0&i WZ Clifton Ave. ' ' ' 3 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY, DEMAND FOR TANLAC BREAKS ALL RECORDS Amazing Success Achieved by Celebrated Medicine Not Only Phenomenal, But UnprecedentedOver 20,000,000 Bottles Sold in Six Years Foreign Countries Clamor for It. 'the demand for a proprietary medicine ever approached the wonderful record that is now being made by Tanlac, the celeNever before, perhaps, in the history of the drug trade has The Mystery of theSilverDaj sser A MILLION. Synopsis. In a New York Jowelry store I'tilllp Severn, tinned States consular UKcnl. notices a email box ulilcli attracts hun He purchase It. Ijiter he discovers In a sc ret compartment a writing Kit ma a lew to a revolutionary movement in this country seeking tootvrtlirow the Chilean Kovernment. The writing mentions a rendezvous, nnd Severn decides to Investigate. Finding the place mentioned In the writing apparently deserted, Severn lslts a saloon In the vicinity. A woman In the place Is met by n man, seemingly hy npiKilntment. and frevern, his suspicions aroused, follows them. They ko to the designated meetlnR place, an abandoned Iron foundry. At the rendezvous Severn Is accepted as one of the conspirators and admitted, lie meets a stranger who addresses him as Harry Daly The incident plays Into Severn's hands and he accepts 1L Ills new acquaintance Is a notorious thief, "Gentleman George" Harris. Concealed. Severn hears the Rirl address the conspirators. She urges them to hasten the work of revolution. The rIH discovers Severn listening She accepts his explanation of his presence and asks him to meet her next day. He tells her his name Is Daly. She Is "Miss Conrad." By Randall Parrish Author of "The Strange Case of Cavendish" Cosyrliht, by Baneall Parma Shame on Them. do not know the virtues of Eetcher's Perhaps there are a few who know that there are imitations on the market, and knowing this demand Fletcher's. It is to ALL motherhood, then, that we call attention to tho numerous imitations and counterfeits that may be set before them. pERHAPS thero Castoria. axe a few mothers who brated medicine which has been accomplishing such remarkable results throughout this country and Canada. As a matter of fact, the marvelous success achieved by this medicine is not onjy phenomenal, but unprecedented. The tirst bottle of Tanlac to reach the public was sold Just n little over tlx years ago. its success was Imme- Jlnte nnd people everywhere were quick to recognize It as a medicine of extraordinary merit. Since that time there have been sold throughout this rountry him Canada something over ing results and hnve pronounced It the greatest medicine of nil time. Tens of thousunds of men nnd worn en of all ages In all walks of life, afflicted with stomach, liver and kidney disorders, some of them of long standing, ns well as thousands of weak. thin, nervous men and women apparently on Twenty .Million (20.000.000) bottles, es- the verge of collapse, have testified tablishing a record which has probably that they have been fully restored to never been equaled In the history of thc'.r nonunl health and the dni trade In America. strength by Its use. Fame Is International. Reitored to Health. Still others, who seemed fairly well, yet who suffered with Indigestion, hcadachcr shortness of bretith. dizzy spells, sour, gnssy stomachs, coated tongues, foulness of breath, constipation, bad complexion, loss of appetite, sleeplessness at night nud of terribly 2uba, Hawaii. Alaska, Porto Itlco and dejected, depressed feelings, state that many KHrtqiean countries are clamor-ir- z they have been entirely relieved of CHAPTER V Continued for it. these distressing symptoms and reFrom const to coast and from Great stored to health and happiness by th I begun to think Harris IkmI gone takes to the Oulf. Tnnlac is known use of Tanlac. away with tbe other!, nnd left me Tnnlac Is sold by leading druggists there alone. I heard voices speaking and ltenored. Millions have taken It with the ttHfet gratifying and astonish evcryw here. vaniestly In tbe but without venturing forth from my hiding place. Too Much Detail. AFFIXED CAN TO CAR PEST Then lie appeared Kitddcnly, bringing Critic nrander Matthews said at a In bis arms a bottle und n box of Columbia tea: Effective Way by Which Sweet Young cigars. "Suggestion rather than detail Thing Got Rid of a Too "Touch a match to the gas-Je- t. makes the west vivid picture. Common Nuisance. Daly, be snld, feeling for the tnble In Indeed, may spoil a picture comtall. the dark. "That's better. 1 bung pletely. The Sweet Young Thing did not ob"A preacher was describing heaven ject when the man alongside read her around until the gang nil got out, so to a widow whom husband had Just newspaper over her shouhr. but she ns to be sure we were snfely alone. died. He sM that the separation of drew the line when he commenced to Hnve a drink, and light up, old man. dear ones was not for long, nnd then read a note which she undertook later We are ns secure here ns we would be .vrlth elaborate detnll he painted the to pencil to an Equally Sweet Young at the bottom of the sea. This Is happiness of those whom death re- Thing, who was at the moment out Alva's whisky, but good I sampled It before." unites In Paradise. of town. The man followed every lie sat on the tnble, nursing bis "When the preacher stopped for word of the note with Interest until breath the widow observed thought- the Sweet Young Thing calmly wrote: knee, rather pleased with himself. thought, a cigar thrust between bis fully: "I was altout to tell you the reason "'Well. 1 sutKse his first wife has why1 Dot broke o(t her engagement to lips, the blue smoke curling up before Ignored the Invitation to got him again, then.'" Terry, but I cannot do It now because his face. Ihelped myself to a weed, rann sitting alongside me Is read- drink, but a waiting for him to open conversation. Home Builders Who Suspend. ing everything I write." "Well," be said finally, "everything The St. Louis Home and Housing The man alongside turned his bend association, organised with a capital the other way quickly and fidgeted In Is going according to Iloyle, but there of two million dollars to help solve embarrassment, and at the next sta- Is a knot or two yet to be untied the housing problem by building houses tion he get out. Then the Sweet we squeeze that million. Did you and selling them at approximate cost, Young Thing wrote: hear what was said In there?" has suspended building operations be"Xo ; you told me to stick here." ns finished him. dearie. cause there Is no demand for the I "Thatabout to say when heAnd "Still In a way you're on Wnldron wns interhouses. Since Its organization a year rupted me. Dot broke off because " must have spilled part of the scheme ago the association has built 127 etc. New York Sun. it to you. that's what got your foot In houses, of which 20 remain unsold. the mess. II I! I know Ivan the d 1 Russian Jew; he'd double-cros- s his best friend. Whnt was It he told you?" "Xot very much," I said, wondering how far Name "Bayer" on Genuine necessaryI bad better go, yet feeling It to relate enough to convince him that I was really conversant with the sltuntlon, and endeavoring to Imitate his style of speech. "According to his story there was a gang of conspirators here birds from South Bell-an-s America mostly who had been roundHot ed ujv by this fellow Alvn to pull off Relief some frlghtfulness, or other. I didn't catch on to just what It was; and perLL-ANhaps iWaldron himself didn't know, or FOR INDIGESTION care. Some revolution, I took It to be. Waldron explained how he got Warning I Unless you see the rains hold of the scheme. It seems he's In "Bayer" on package or on tablets you with the bunch to some extent; thnt are not getting genuine Aspirin pre- Is, they use hlra whenever they need to, and occasionally band hlra a bunch scribed by physicians for twenty-on- e years and proved safe by millions. of money It's never too dirty for him Take Aspirin only as told In tie Bayer to touch. Anyhow, he knew enough Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi- package for Colds, Headache, Neural- - to put me wise to this' dump, gave me and nil that. It looked culty in urinating, often mean gla. Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, the there might be something serious disorders. The world's Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin as though blew over I here tonight Just standard remedy for kidney, liver, boxes of twelve Beyer Tablets of As- In It. so a look. I wns merely prowlpirin cost few cents. Druggists also to take bladder and uric add troubles sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the ing around when I ran Into you." "I see," he muttered, as I came to trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of an end, chewing savagely on his clgnr. Monoacetlcacldester of Sallcycacld. 1 bo-foWal-dro- The instant and phenomenal success rhlch Tanlac won when It was first Introduced has been extended to practically every large city, small town, village and hamlet In North America. Its fame has become International In Its scofH? ami Hngtaml. Japan. Mexico, Sure L ASPIRIN Relief S6 water Sure S SLOW DEATH pass-wor- COLD MEDAL "Wnldron sent me ti cable In nliotit n month ago." ho explained briefly. "He didn't make the thing very clear, only thnt he hnil n big deal on, and wanted me In on It. I bntl iii.'iilc enough to gel buck on. nnd took a secoiid cliiss passage on the Vulcan. It wns not ii big bout, and, to escape close Inspection, I went aboard nt At (bat time I had no more notion what was tip than a blind rat. I wns Just desperate enough to take a chance." He paused and relit hW stub, villi an oath nt midlng It again useless. I "Then things begun to happen. wns room-matwith a bird named Horner, who claimed to live in Detroit. He must hnve cottoned to me. for we got n bit chummy, and In that way I picked odds nnd ends out of hlin which set me thinking. He wns nil"'' n foxy bird one of these tnll, secretive cusses, who tnlk a lot, but never say nothing, and he came near getflng my goat. 1 went through his baggage, of course, but i that was Just ordinary stulT he only had one grip, which he left unlocked: but I .lid get onto a pockot belt the fellow wore around fir wrist. He never let that get away from him night or tiny. I studied every d n way I could think up to get a peep nt It, but nothing gave me a cluince. I entne near going bugs over the thing." He laughed, exhibiting a row of rather ugly teeth behind bis thO Hps. "Then the devil must have helped tue. One night (he days out. for we were n slow boat we ran Into n i I of n storm. We both of us tumbled out, and began hustling on our duds He wns trying to get n shoe on. and went plunging head-oInto the side of the ship. I reckon It nearly brained him. but. to mnke things sure. I hnjid-ehim one to the Jaw before ne got his senses, mid be went out for the count. Then, believe tue, I didn't lose no time In frisking the guy and, say. whnt tlo you think I found?" I shook my head, unwilling to Interrupt, fnscinnted with bis description. "The fellow was a revolutionary agent. I didn't get onto nil of It then I didn't have, time, but I found u let ter of credit for a million dollars, and a memoranda of how It' wns to be de livered. The d n thing wasn't any good to me It was to be paid to this fellow by n banker In New York named Krnntz but It sure made my mouth water Just to see It n million dollars, good old U. S. currency. Can you beat It?" "Looked easy yon bad it. antl you didn't have It." "You said It. Daly. I didn't unre keep the thing, nnd It wouldn't ."lave done me any good If I had; there was no way of my cashing the paper. What the b I could I do? If I denounced him. the game was all off; If I held on to the stuff he'd report his loss soon as he landed In New York, and thnt letter of credit wouldn't be worth the paper it wns written on . . . Say. I wns in some boat: but, believe me, I had no notion of giving up Hint mil lion It looked darned good." "I should say yes," and I leaned forward to show my lnlerest. "And from what I know of you, Harris, that guy had no show on earth. Did you croak him?" He grinned, evidently plensed nt (he note of admiration In my voice, nnd tossed down another drink. 'That never ain't been In my line. 0f course I wns tempted 'to a cool million would temht nny guy. But I Just shoved everything bnck exactly where It come from, and fetched the steward. Between us we holstwl Horner bnck Into the bunk nnd doused him with water till he came to. First thing he did was to feel for that belt, and he never got wise thnt It hnd ever been touched. Anyhow, he never let on to no suspicion." Kng-liine rnw-bone- Daly. We landed good friends, and Horner was In a strange Innd. You know New York pretty well, and I lost lilin tin- first afternoon down on the Hnst side. 1 never did know just whnt became of the fellow, but tbe next morning was nlone In a bnck room In Orconwich. and had his belt with me." lie chuckled grimly. 'There wasn't much In It. except the letter of credit nnd n notntlon as to where and when Krnntz could be seen It was the next nUlit Harris was to call on the banker up In Le Compte street." "I.e Compte? Whnt number?" '"2A I.e Compte. Do you know any- body there?" "No; only I.e Compte Is nn old stamping ground of mine. (!o on ; you went there, of course." "Sure. Krnntz didn't know me from Adam, not even my nnme. I was Just KXS' to hint, but lie wns mighty nervous, just the same, and anxious to get nwny. I could see thnt. I don't think :t was his house either; Just an ordi shack, brick, three stories and a basement. "That banker wns business nil right, nnd he put me through the whole bundle of tricks before he'd even let me sit down. I hnd to lie some, but 1 nary-lookin- g is to all motherhood everywhere that we ring out the warning to bewara of the For over thirty years Fletcher's Castoria has been an aid in the upbuilding of our population; an aid in tho saving of babies. Just-as-good". It And yet there are those who would ask you to try something new. Trv this. Try that. Even try the same remedy for the tiny, scarcely breathing, babe that you in all your robust womanhood would use for yourself. Shame on them. Children Cry For I i ! mm2::iM:itherjdbrKrfnla-M E upeK smH jaCOHOL-- 3 PER CEKT. 4 AMr.tnhlerYenafauonIofASl j I Your Friend, the Physician. The history of Ol medicines carries with it the story of battleg against popular beliefs: fights against pre judice : even differences of opinion among scientists and men devoting their lives to research work; laboring always for the betterment of mankind. This information Is at the hand of aU physicians. Ee is with you at a moment's call be the trouble trifling or great. Ee Is your friend, your household counselor. Ee is the one to whom you can always look for advice even though it might not be a case of sickness. Ee is not just a doctor. Ee is a student to his last and final call. Els patients are his family and to lose one is little less than losing one of his own flesh and blood. Believe him when he tells you as he will that Fletcher's Castoria has never harmed the littlest babe, and that it is a good thing to keep in the house. Ee knows. MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT kjtmgthcStonandDreUofj i'iy.lc'fai.'fllTII'"" IKU ci i' 1 1 ill A Mm if HtcptcrvKu. fr.wT.Ti- .i- Vidtrwrtrttrirtt i.Mr.fiilRcmeth'fcr Constipation nnd Dirr'c,'J XOSS OF SLEEP IS AR0USD EVERY BOTTLE Of FLETCHER'S CASTORIA GENUINE -- ygmc. CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. TM OSNTAUSI COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. DESERT ISLE IK BIG CITY Res- I WOULD "He Jotted Down an Address on a Bit Woman Writer Satisfied With Her idence In "Hell's Half Acre" of Paper." In Philadelphia. rls mostly I wns posted well enough so is to give him whnt he was looking for. An how, I passed, and after that he was rather decent. Took me Into a room and gave me a drink, besides asking me about affairs In Europe. H 1, I didn't know only whnt I'd seen In the paiers but I gave him nn e?rfnl, nnd on tbe strength of his name I cussed England for all I worth which at that time was a minion ducks, men i nnnaea .over the letter of credit, and he jammed it Into bis pocket like It was I don't remember ft scrap of paper. Mint he even looked nt It. After that he wns for getting rid of me, the sooner the better. But I needed to know where Alvu was. so I hung on, telling the old guy I had n private message that I hnd to .deliver personally straight from them tlnnnciers In London. So, after skirmishing n while, he jotted down an address on a bit of paper, and the next thing I knew I was out In the street, with that gripped In ray mitt." Katharine Havllnii'l Taylor, the novelist, says she's found a desert Island and peace right In the middle of Philadelphia. It happened quite accidentally. Recently she went apartment hunting with very little knowledge ot the residential districts of Philadelphia. She found an apartment and rented It because there were two tlmou fclnes out In front, nnd so she Judged that the street wns all right. One of those limousines belongs to a broker of rugs and paper, she learned later, and the other to an Italian peanut vender. She had moved Into the historic district called "Hell's Half Acre.' "Hut I'm glad I wns misled." says JIIss Taylor. "I am not bothered by social obligations and I have lots of time for work. We're never bored. Shooting privileges go with every lease, and ray vocabulary Is enlarging all the time." Miss Taylor cannot be. persuaded to move, for she Is convinced that In this retreat she will be able to do more and better work than If she were living In a neighborhood socially "correct- CHAPTER VI. Perhaps He Was a Bolshevik. A cantankerous person, says the London Morning Post, told the vicar bring quick relief and often ward off whom he had come to see on some deadly diseases. Kanrn as the national local matter that he was an atheist. remedy of Holland fir more than 200 "But surely," said the vicar, "you years. All dreggius, In three sixes. consider the Ten Commandments, Looit far the nam Cold Medal on entry box broadly speaking, to be an excellent aad except do imitation tule of lifer "No, I do not," replied the man almost savagely. The vicar rang his bell. "John." said he to his servant, "show this man to the door and keep your eye on him ' until he Is beyond the reach of my bat and coat in the hall." KING PIN cHy it and you, will bww wliy PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good kind loug-wlnde- d escape?" "I first lent hlra $25, then told him all the clever things the baby said and, last of all, treated him to cigars my wife gave me on my last birthday. I've not seen hlnj since." His Recipe. "Bragley never afflicts you with his stories. How Is It you Skin Troubles Soothed With Cuticura Ump ZSe, OistBMt 2S A Feeling of Security You naturally eel secure when yon know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pore and contains no harmful or habit producing dross. Each a medicine ii Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root- , ttdney, liver and bladder remedy. The nme standard of parity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Boo- t. reeetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in teatpoonfnl doses. It is not recommended for everything. It is nature's crest helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. "There Is a knot or Two Yet to Be Untied." ui 50c, Ttlcm 2Sc I; Mm Wisfern Canada Offers NmWi turf WMtik sad he broogbt contentment and happiness tothonndj of borne seeker end their teni lie who here started on berFKEE homestead or boo fix lead at attractive prices. The? here wtthhthrd their own homes and secarea proa, pertcy and independence. la tbe treat srah rowina" sections of the prairie proriaces there m still to be had on easy terms FtrWe LmhI at SK to $34 m Aw land similar to that which through many year has jrlelded from 20 to 45 trasfesla of wheat to the icrr mti. barley and flax alee in crest abundance, while raising heroes, cattle, sheep and boss la equally profitable. Hundred of tanner in Western Canada bare raised crops in a single season It U scientifically compounded fro in worth more than the whole cost of their land. Heauhf ol ctimste. good neUnboxs, chnrchea. schools, rural telephone, mfllent markets and shipping acuities. The climate and soil ester indocenr-otor almost every brancb of agriculture. ne adrtstases for make a tremendous aoDexl to Inrfurtrioria settler wishing to Improve their dream ill' niuic, maps, ucaenroon oi ssam opportunities in aaanirnna, ssa katcbewan. Alberta and Rri. Baaimmnti. etc, write need a medicine, yon should have the best. On sale at all drag stores in bottles of two sizee, medium and large. However, if you with first to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co, Binghtmton, K. Y, for a sample bottle. When writing be anre and mention this paper. you If "Did the Russian say anything about me ?" "Sot a whisper. I supposed I bad a ctear run for the money, except his rakeoff." "The dirty dog. Because I didn't show up on the dot, he was ready to ditch me. Now listen, and I'll tell you the straight story. Tm going to need leavyou, and we'll divide fifty-fifting this guy to suck his thumbs. Is thnt a go?" "He's sure nothing to me shoot." Harris poured out a stiff drink, and put It down; then touched a match to the extinguished cigar. The Deserted Automobile. I was Impatient for him to continue, but he sat there chuckling to himself, nnd toying with a fresh cigar. "Well, what did yon do?" "Played It safe and sure. I'm too 1 old n bird to be caught napping. put in most of thnt night holding wet cloths to Horner's hend, and thinking out some plan of action. Before morning be thought I wns the best fellow he ever knew, nnd I had the guy where I wanted him. ,For one of his breed, he wns rather a friendly cuss. This was how I mapped It out. That letter of credit hnd to be turned Into currency before It could do me nny good, nnd tbe only way that might be done was through this guy Alva. I must get to him somehow In a "way that would put me next his scheme, so I'd know when he had the cash. Once I got these details attended to In little old New York, the swag was as good as ray own. I knew a dozen guys thnt would bump Horner off for n hundred If It come to that so tbe price wasn't high. A million! Oh. man; and It hnd dropped right Into ray lap. But to do this It was necessary that I should be Horner. That was as plain ns the nose on my face; as Horner, coming with credentials, and a letter of credit, Alva would be bound to receive me with open arms see! Afte'r that I figured It would be easy enough. But how was I to become Horner?" "You couldn't divvy with him?" "I should say not; he was n square guy. It didn't take me five days to find that out. So there wasn't but one way out of it I hnd to put Horner out of commission, and cop his belt. It was either that, or lose a million." I looked at him, with a sickening feeling of horror I found hard to suppress, but he went on Indifferently In the same cool, calm voice. "There's no use going Into details, Not Very Serious. Mary Garrett Hay, of the National League of Women Voters, said In a (TO BE CONTINUED.) New York address: "We womeu are out to fight tho EARLY AMERICAN BLUE LAWS bosses. The bosses have a bad time coining. They think we are not to In 1643 the Idea of "Paternalism" Had be taken seriously. In their eyes we a Distinct Hold on the are like1 the young bride In the anecdote. Communities. "A young bride wept bitterly on her In early America tbe township and husband's return from his llrst busiprovincial authorities regulated pri- ness trip. "'Why, darling, what's the matvate conduct and personal affairs with a rigor which. If sought to be applied ter?' he asked. " 'Oh, I know you don't love me now, would raise a general and Indignant outcry. What are called "blue truly, she ssjld. 'You wrote me a laws" were familiar to our ancestors, letter every day you were away and It would appear that they repre- that I admit but In your sixth and ninth letters you didn't send me a sented public opinion as to what conl' stituted proper and seemly conduct single kiss. "'I know I didn't, love I know I on the people's part. As bearing on the daylight saving didn't, said the young bridegroom. matter, and as proving that It Is dif- You see, on the sixth day I hnd ficult to find something new under the beef steak and onions for dinner, and sun, the municipal authorities of Hart- on the ninth I'd been smoking a " ford, Conn., have found among their nasty pipe.' records thnt a general town meeting Get Many Silly Complaints. In Hartford, October 24, 1643, voted Every day the postmasters In tbe thnt there should be a bell rung by the watch every morning an hour be- larger cities receive countless letters fore daybreak, "and that they who are of complaint. Not unnaturally among appointed by the constable for that so large a number there are many of purpose shall begin at the bridge and a frivolous nature. For example, one so ring the bell nil the way forth and woman wrote that the carrier who deMaster Moody (Wyllshlll) to livered her letters was engaged to a .back: John Pretts and that they shall be In woman twice his own age, and reevery house one up and some lights quested that lie should be asked to of an hour after break off the engagement or be diswithin fhe end of the bell ringing. If they can, missed. or else then to be up with lights aforeLazy men are always harping on the mentioned half an hour before daylight, and forv default herein Is to for- luck of fools. feit 1 shilling; 0 pence to be ta him that finds him "lulty and 6 peneti to the town." Uoo-hoo- "That female a steel trap." la as smart as The streak of yellow in the nverag man Is larger than his streak of Small Girl About Right, If Bad Man genius. Did His Full Duty Without Fear or Favor. Answered. For reasons of economy a certain As Mason Mount, superintendent of dowager bad to part with her butler, the Howe button factory, of Peters- relates an English exchange. She gave burg, was reading his evening paper, him a cordial reference to n prospechis little daughter, Mary, age six. was tive employer. A few days later she playing on the floor. Tiring of play, was annoyed to get a catechism ot she crawled to her father's knee and questions from this lady "Was he courasked him: teous, gentlemanly, honest, and of dis"Does the bad man get all the peo- tinguished appearance?' To which ple who are bad?" she replied: "The Dowager EfevT looking up from his Blank wishes to say that It ber butler The father, not paper and a little provoked by the In- owned bait the virtues enumerated she terference, replied, "I suppose." would have married him herself year The child studied for a minute, and ago." then said: "Does he burn them all up? Some The Sundial. little boys told me he did." The sundial was known from thei Again the father replied that he earliest times to the Egyptians, the! The! supposed be did. Chaldeans and the Hebrews. Again the child, not satisfied, asked Greeks derived It from their eastern; the father where they went after he neighbors and It was Introduced Inburned them all up. to Home during the first Punic war. The father. Irritated, replied that he supposed they all went to ashes. Nightmare Sometimes Fatal. The child studied for a few minWhile nightmare is said to be cautes, and then said: "Gee, he must pable of causing death to a physical, nnve un awful job carrying out ashes." ly weak adult, this has never been n Indianapolis News. known to happen to a child ; yet are more subject to nightmares than adults. Positively Absurd! An airplane flew oyer an Irish asylum, to the consternation of the Inmates. Next day two of the lunatics were discussing the machine. LOTION SOAP One said: "Do you know, I dreamt CONTAINS THE conlast night I made one of those WONDERFUL trivances and flew to Australia In PALMER'S LOTION sixty minutes. AND I USE IT. "That's strange," said the other. "I had a similar dream. I went to Mel-- 1 ALL DRUCGISTS. bourne In sixty seconds." eUUUNTUDBY "How did you go?" SOLON PALMER BE REASONABLY BUSY thll-dre- If. .nr .1 PALMER'S "Bight through the earth. "Look here, my friend, you're not a lunatic you're a blithering Idiot. thnt's whnt you are." Took Eveiythlng A In Sight. certain darkey "extra" appeared t'n the Hal E. Roach "lot" one mornSwlfcasts ing a picture of woe. and he Insisted upon telling his "misery" to that pop- BUY FROM FACTORY and sare ular film actor, Harold Lloyd. middleman profits. FREE illustrated "You don't mean to tell me that the catalogue mailed upon request; everything, do furniture movers took ELITE TRUNK FACTORY, Spriag Yafley, EL lisyou?" asked the film star after tening to the tale. "'At's what ah do, Mlstah Lloyd," was the answer. "They took, everything but the sidewalk an' they promised to come back Win sal lasbm Br-f that." San Francisco Chronicle. Beats, Thickened, ShoD TRUNKS sssni True to Life. "Golf teaches me one thing." "What Is that?" That no matter how well a man plays he never succeeds In playing as well as he should have." If people were compelled to follow the advice they give, there would soon be an advice famine. mm mm Spavin Lameness, auays pain, noes not blister, rsmovo the I hair or lay up the horse. Only reqtnrea at. tacn I a few drops ..IUilnn. ti.M at bonis at rnggSs or delivered. Book 1 A free. W.r.T0PK&Ist.TsIs5L.SsAt5U.atMS. I I I TissaessCHX-bs- , I nvndnna Soreness from Braises or Stralas; stops Filled Speedier Than Light. Electricity travels about 62.000 miles further In a second than does light. .One is never too old to learn the things he was too conceited to learn when he was younger. Feed the body well Right food for the body is more important than right fuel for the engine. -- New Life for Sick Man Eafonic Works Magic I have taken only two boxes of Eatonlc and feel like a new man. It has done me more good than anything else," writes C O. Frapplr. Eatonlc Is the modern remedy for add stomach, bloating, food repeating and Indigestion. It quickly takes up and carries out the acidity and gas and enables the stomach to digest the food naturally. That means not only relief from pain and discomfort but you get the full strength from the food yon eat. Big box only costs a trifle with your druggist's guarantee. FRECKLES W. N. MUTMf) Mixed Farming ami Stock Ra4a4fir mi mi ' . stance. For certificate entitlina voa to reduced railway ratea. illustrated ,U Kl Youthful Envy. Billy was entertaining his young aunt's caller until she was rvady to appear. The y. a. entered the room as Billy was sayings "You don't has to wash your knees you wear long pants." K.M,tntrarkta$tstlaBUg, Colambu. Okie W. S. KFTHERY the neck down Use neck up. S Too many folks work too much from smi to little frosj 2, 1778, to June 30. 1783; at Annapolis, Md, from November 26, 1783, to November 30, 1784; at Trenton, N. The capital of the United States J., from November, 1784, to January, has been located at different times at 1785; at New York from January 11, the following places: At Philadelphia 1785, to 1700; then the seat of the from September 6, 1774, to December, government was removed to Philadel1776; at Baltimore from December 20, phia, where It remained until 1800, 1776, to March, 1777; at Philadelphia since which time it has been In Washfrom March 4, 1777, to September, ington. 1777; at Lancaster, Pa, from September 27, 1777, to September SO, 1777; Historic, Dead Sea. at York, PaH from September 30, 1777, Tbe Dead sea, a lake In Asiatic Turto July, 1778; at Philadelphia from key and lying near the southern ex Changes In Capital. July tremity of Palestine, probably, got Its name because Its atmosphere was formerly supposed to be fatal to life an erroneous Idea, for the people who live on Its banks are said to be In the enjoyment of good health. But fish cannot live In Its waters, which are especially nauseating. The Jordan and six other rivers flow Into the Dead sea, which has no outlet, bat gets rid of Its surplus by evaporation. In the Bible this baneful body of water Is called the Salt Sea of the Plains and Sea of the Araban. Crape Nuts is a scientific food.containing all the nutriment of wheat and malted barley. GrapeNuts digests easily and Quickly, builds toward delightful in flavor and crispness health and strength and is "Ibexes a Reason fir GiapeFuts CINCINNATI, HO. ilrigi 21. II W I ' , "TV-- v. T&- .- ,- I 4 OWINGSViLLE OUTLOOK l.iny IT.'irt, spent the ilny in Lexington Wednesday. - - - KY.i .m.iNUSVILLE, I Thomas lVnnis, nf MicIIiiiinn, Pnblisned Weekly, K mi the gns.t of his parents. Hntend according to net of Con , ;V yr. itnn!: iud wife one day ln- -t III!" I I'A IHV'lll. K.. - 1:. BIG-TYP- E l'.l TIM'. r- OPT1 .HOICK i..MTi.li-mnrrV-- l In M flni- - V"pr rr as f'"ow! ...... S' I KleH n THE Six Month Three Mwnth- rHOMPSON '.Ont'ir.kv nt- -. tll. . .I'HIRSDAY. Al'Ol'ST 4, 1021. 'MSMOCRATin AMriOUMGEHENTr ... 7 4.V 'nst week. S1 'V U. S. NOBBY TREAD fir rriunMl ii in I jx'n? p"iilment nt m:e ' "f home after i visit For County Judge rv s. o CllOOKS. EWINT, COXXKR JOHN CLARK JOSEPH WILLIAMS W. D. BAILEY For Sheriff S. M. KSTIL1-DepHtirs: I,ir.ie Swart. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Steele went to I'ineville Sunday to visit the B. F. Roberts, of Paintsville. joined liis wife here for a few d,iy" visit hot week. Mrs. W. W. Pierce returned to Iter 'nuc at Concord. W. Va. Sundry. ' Hit a visit with her litis tlee. Mrs Warker Horseman and Mrs. Poland China Hogs W Where the eoing is specially heavy with snow, mud or sand, in hilly country where maximum traction on the road is a factor, no other tire tread jet devised is quite so effective, or so wholly approved by motoring opinion, as the U. S. Nobby Tread. Its rery simplicity three rows of diagonal knobs, gripping the road Is the result of alt the years of U. S. Rubber experience with every type of road the world over. otter you tho most cholera-immun- e rifJiIv-brc- d, well-grow- n, Aaron Fanning ami Maw II. Botts. ROBERT E. DUFF. t.p.nics: David B. My res and Isaae (ny, Craip. .M'nt Sun FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Sid Warren. D. W. DOC50ETT Ruliort Pergram in very ill with CLARENCE B. CASSIDY typhoid fever. For COUNTY CLERK Several from here attended the COLE BARNES Sunday school convention tit On Deputies: Charles Bristow and Cliff ingsville ln.t Tuesday. Hendrix. Hurry Invin. of called For Tax Commissioner on old friends here Stmdaj. THOMAS L. JONES Charles Pcrgrani. of Ashhind, vis Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Bethe'. ited Irs Kirent.s. Mr. and Mr-- . R. M and Tlios. Croueh, of Preston. Pergram Strulnv. JOE RNOI.D Deputies: Roy Ma v. of Sharp Imnr. and Stanley Clark of Snlt Lick. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON WATSON S. THOMAS. For Jailer SAM T. JONES. CABE SNKDEGAR. FLOYD CROUCH ""CLAUDE STATON-DEODESSA Mrs. Kirby Bradley returned urdH.v from Moreheaii, wlif'rc litis been visiting friends. spring pigs, by some of the best, boars of the breed and of out, real herd sows that will be on exhi-- j hi turn at the ale Saturday afternoon, :;::;:m;,l":;T,iAugusl 13 1921 at oiympia, Ky. 1o The price of stock hogs makes it interest to use a pure-bre- d boar. you ' Comer, , look ours over. Ask for catalog. how muchtiieyH. save talk STOP and with to the next man see U. S. Tires on his car. Ask him why. Most likely you'll hear an interesting story about his tire experiments before the answer was found. Money wasted. Promises unkept. Trouble on the road humorous to every one except the man who went through it. Ifeverytoone listened experience, everything by the way of "staREerthg bargains", "hurrah discounts"1, "discontinued lines at less" and so forth they know what not to geh They want o fresh, live tire. With a Rood reputation. That'3 everything it says it is. With the people behind it who back it up. There arc 92 U. S. Factory Branches. Your local U. S Dealer is drawing upon them continually to keep his stocks sized up, complete to gie you service. Whenever he gets one or a hundred tires from a U. S. Factory Branch, they are navrly m.ide this season's tires. vnt i --rtwr j it 4 CLYDE YOUNG S SON S;t she Public Sale As Step and 4m wtth to th ttkS. Tirm next en IX. tnsn yva Ai car. E STEELE w. y. NixrtN ROBERT J. WILLIAMS NATHAN SORRELL, Jr. For Representative VAN Y. fiREEN. 'THOS. J. KNIGHT. POWER. CLARENCE For Circuit Judge. HENRY R. PREW1TT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C, HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R, T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. OLLIE CRAYCRAFT CHAP'.V-- MYERS ANNOUNCEMENT.0 REPUBLICAN F' . Jailer KOBE f R. ANDERSON. ;;a?l;e noRNBACK . to Frank .lone.- - sold six Omar Rogers for 9 per pound. Turner Anderson void some cattle per pound. losame unity for S Dr.' H. S. Ciilmim. wif and two children pent;- from Friday until Sundiiv with J. W. Oilman in RichMrs. mond. Lucv Cooper ami daughter accompanied them home. George Bennett sold his farm of ."2 acres to Ernest Swettunii. Ben j nctt bought Mrs. Dulcena Darnell place. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church, met at Mrs. Turner Anderson's lnt Wedncsdnv and spOnt the day. At noon we had a lieantiful dinner (of etiieken, beef, salads, eggs, jes, puddings and many kinds of cake, ice teae, lemonade, orangeade nnd ice cream. All spent .an enjoyable day and certainly appreciated Mrs. Anderson and assistants j hospitality. 3-l-- administrators of the estate of John W. Darnel1, deceased, we will offer for sale to the highest bidder at the late residence of said, decedent, a half mile froniyo- nlins On Finally U. S. Tires. And U. S. Tires ever since. Perhap3 it's the cxpcriertoe-ofUr&- t Tire buyers that makeshrrt nTOrern-r- phatic in their preference than ever this year. United States Tires are Good Tires u s usco tread U.S CHAIN, TREAD. V Wednesday, Aug, 10, 1921 10 o'clock a. m. When these men have tried most . A1 )fi & "Sj tOBBYvTREADi J" Avrepu " , reputable deaUr. The whole transaction U. S. ROYAL CORD as befits the lculership of the oldest and largest rubbci urbanization in the world. U. S. RED & GREY TUBES -- a Wmf nrTno T7ill viliuii the following property: One driving horse catttle. four Five yearlinpr cattle, t shi-op- Karininp; implements, United ( eix cows and calves, thirty-eiph. fifteen sho;it.s two sows, household and kitchen furniture, two sets of bugpy harness, one bujrpry, one Minihan saddle, six tons of timothy hay, forty barrels of corn. United States ires mmr uomoany n a nn We will also offer for saie on same day about 17 acres of Slate bottom land and 113 acres of White Oak land with everlasting water. W. E. DARNELL, CLIFF HENDRIX, SHROUT PIPER & SHROUT M00RES FERRY SALT LICK Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams and eltildren, of Illinois visited at the home of J. P. Wright the past week. Mi Rmmctt Parks and daughter. Miss Mary Margaret, returned Saturday from a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mnreum, at Louisa. Altout twenty-fiv- e from here attended the Sunday sehool convention nt Owingsville on the 20th, and report n splendid time. Tlic Owings-vill- e Christian church entertained the delegated an'd aliihe rs rovally ami everyone lond m praise of the elegant dinner serveu. Mr. and Mrs. James Maze, of Louisa, came Saturday for a visit to their home here. Mrs. Rachel MeCarty, of Montgomery county, is visiting her sons, James and Clell here. The local churches are looking forward to an interesting meeting nl the convention of all the Sunday schools of the county to he held here on August 10th. Mrs. Jennie Hensley and daughter, Miss Stella, who motored here from tjicir home at Catlettsburg, are the ruests of the .former's father, Mr. T. J. Barnes on the Owingsvillc pike. Mrs. Clell MeCarty is quite sick nt this writing. Mrs. R. C. Jordan, of Olive Hill, visited here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Lagrew and chMdrcn, of Lexington, are guests of relatives here. Mrs. Simon Fried and daughter. Rosie, accompanied her sister, Mrs Gordon and children to Cincinnati, where Mrs. Fried will consult n specialist in regard to her health. Rev. Godhy and family have returned 'from a visit to his father Mr. Wilson Ford, an nged citizen -- of Moore's Ferry, died oh. July 30th. Mi was interred at Hedriek's on the fMwing day. Prettv little cards have been received by relatives here announcing the arrival of daughters on July 29. ' to Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lafcvre (nee Mite Chrstine Whiteomb, of NorDied last Saturday nisrltt nt 0 o'clock, July 30th, Wilson Ford. egc. 7.0 year-- -, ami was buried at IledriYk cemetery Sumlny afternoon nl h o'clock by the side of his two wives His first wife died 13 years ago and his second wife has been dead about six years. Mr. Ford has nven merried three times and his last wife survives him. He has only four children, all by his first wife, two girls nnd two sons, Elihu and Joe and Mnttio and Kate. Mr. Ford Xfaa .a'gond 'man and will he missed ;lijfnmanT friends in .illcnaSpenoe'tnnd "Felix "Spcncc were visitors from Colfax la.--t Sunday. Stephen White nnd wife, who has Iwen visiting his father-in-laMr. Bnddic Cox, in Rowan county for ten dnys, returned home Monday. Mrs. I,cla Staton and Mrs. Liza P !'py were in .Qtringsville last Mon-on business. Born last week a b'g boy baby to M.-s- . Hnzcl Razor. Brother Bailey held n meeting Inst week nt Shroul's school house. It was well attended from here. Luther Sorrell and wife, of Indiana, have been here several days at he bedside of B. W. Ford. Mr. Sorrell's wife is a dnughter of Mr. Ford. They returned home Wednesday. Miss Belle Corey nnd Mrs. Liza Bailey, who have been ill, are out again. d' , LOCUST GROVE Rome good showers fell here on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Darnell, of near Wyoming, visited her father, L. W. Riddle, recently. Mis Frances R,ogers, of near Slate Valley, visited her grandmother, Mrs. Mollie Hendrix last week. Willie - Hendrix and family, and Herman Whit ton attended Mount-Htfprnmp meeting Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Lyker, of near Wyoming, spent from 'Thursday until Sunday with home folks here. wood, Ohio. Mrs. Morgan Hawkins and Mrs. Waltor Crouch rpt one day. last OLYMPIA 3Irs. Ida Jackson, of Ashland, is week with Mrs. iob Cyine at Ojc gaet of her parents, Mr. and Miss Nannie Anderson visited her 'Mrs. Yri. .Tabksoo. Mrs. B F. Roberts aBd children," brother, T. D. Anderson nt Pebble I who are visiting her jnqther, Mrs. recently. ft"' Will Spcncc, usually a harndcSs KENTUCKY FARMERS hard working fellow, was arrested anil fined $5 for misconduct on the REAP RICH HARVEST. GRANGE CITY tier will be served. Everyone com street Snturday, owing to the im5-1- 0 Died, SiiturJny afternoon, July 30, inr is :t':kcd to bring' their lunch bibing of too much booze. He got Revenue from Breeding ThoroughJohn Sncdegnr, nt his home near j- wiUi - them his whiskey out of s6mel'dy's bred Horses Only Profit to Be PIT It S K here. Deceased had hecn confined to ', Don't forget the date and place buggy,- - he bad "no idea whoso?' he' Depended Upon. his bed for several days. To the be- and don't forget your dinner-baske- t. 'said. reaved wife and seven children, we Your.couiity; committee hopes for a Sale of Blooded Colts Produces large crowd and a fine day toextend onr heartfelt sympathy. NEW MACHINERY Money When Other Products -- ' ,J i Mis Andy Collier has returned gether. I have received and have now in Bring Loss. Poultry, Fox Hound, Baby Shews . MISS MARY C. MOFFETTy. from a viit to relatives at FalOperation an equipment County Secretary. mouth. for shoe repairing, including machine-crOiliest rmoney OBBe&flSra,er eornane la llhJ'.V. tUitawlins, of Flcminss- nn'd'iftr for sewing on . f.'.n(,j-- f . tciq nt .on .a g .nibi.r..,- . jithcr kjirids of work 'reflmiring' scv-in- g forced: jvjhtp plSteaJtlp ai"l kfs to a login it ana constantly laiung marA 'lot of old tobacco is lieing Collier, of this .place, attended the O. U. A. or stitching. All work done ket: and his losses on his tobacco have nearly driven him Into bankfuneral of Will Moore nt Farmers, bought in this state by the manu- promptly nnd in first-clas- s manner. ruptcy. The calamities of a troubled facturers nt 12 and 18 cents per Send your work in by parcel post Sunday. Tuesday world are placed up'n his back, already bent double by Its burdens. Irvin (iray returned home from pound. The speculators bought this and receive, it bv return mail. Wednesday Under these untoward conditions, tobacco from the growers, at 2 to 5 Lexington Wednesday. the one fortunate oxceptlon among farmers. Is the stock raiser who owns The oil well on Richard Crouch's Mrs. M. C. Price spent from Fri- cents per pound. In other words, one or more thoroughbred mares. He day until Sunday with her son, the speculators innke two or three place, which was "shot" one day last demand for always finds a nation-wid- e his thoroughbred foals. The weanling FIREWORKS EVERY NITE times ns much profit on ench crop week, N reported to be pumping five A1AYSVILLE b'aloili nt EwiiiRton. at its mother's side frequently brings The Grange City Christian En- as the producers get for toiling sir barrels n dav. Another well is bein htm $500 to $1,000, while the yearling RUNNING RACES DAILY will sell for from J1.500 to J10.000: deavor Society will hnve an ice to nine months to raise. If this to- sunk on M Olvmpus, near Olvm-- j a colt from a J?i rson county farm ZEIDEMAN & POLIE having brougb i ne of the recent cream supper Saturday night, Au- bacco is worth 12 to' 18 cents now pinn Springs. The well on Clyde '0. Saratoga sales " t was worth two or three times Young's place will he "shot" in n 2-gust (ith. Exhibition Shows r ut, the Kentucky Year in and I thoroughbred t. a ready m- - et: as much as was paid for it last fpw dnys. SomethiriK New Every Day buyers from all c it the wold coming FORGE HILLt and the manufacturers fixed to this State to secure material to EVERY DAY REDUCED R. R. RATES As the rain prevented many from improve the horses bf their respective Mrs. Charles Jones and children, the price last winter. If tho growcountries or localities. Owner Iltddle of Spicclnnd, Ind., returned to their ers want relief from the outrageous attending the musicale given by And the AND j refused: a J300.000 f;r j horse bred by Mr. August Belmont in home last week. They were accom- conditions existing in the tobacco Misses Byron, Cook nnd Estill on Price Remains Old Kentucky. A wonder horso 13 NITE The Same panied by Mrs. Emma Rawlings and 'ndustry they must get together in Thursday night, they will repeat it i A masher of all records with, some change of program and I and victor over .. opponents that daughter, Alma, and. son, Carl. the Hurley Tobacco Growers' Comost brilllan of made some of reduction of price Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hiehard Lyons, of operative Association. turf history, he us been returned to The grow' hIs native hearth, there to perpet lato vTllrulAPlI TRflllPI Cv Nicholas county, visitd relatives ers who .fail to join this organiza- August 4th. month, UlUlllnUIl UlUUULbU I his great qualities. LastPlayfellow,Man- M brother. by here the past week. tion are committing business sui-id- c DofndcrDrcd Junior REDUCTION IN RATES . name, w: 'd fur $115,000; and not Miss Mamie Ethel Itice is visiting even though they mny not know J lonjc Yearlings ago on E. Madden refused There will be a reduction of rates her sister, Mrs. Arthur Barber in of it. Indiana Lady Had Sometbing Like fi.ro.uuu tor i nan interest in me DUR0C JERSEY SOWS at the Olympian Springs the first illion. Friar Rock, now Owingsville. Indigestion Until She Took in the stuJ at Hamburg Place, near half of August. Minimum rates, 13,000 ! Lexington. Hrcd to the Miss Ernestine Ken hival. of Salt Mrs. Mary Metcalfe went to t, Then j Numerous other thoroughbred stal-- I .$15.00 by the week," $3.00 by tho Woodford Sensation Lick, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jim one day last week to consult Hons and mars of nearly, if not quite, Got All Right. Highland King Deday. Phono your reservations. priceless value are d In the State. Page. n doctor in regard to the radium fender and Improv-Dcfendare often crop Wheat, corn and W. W. Williams, son of K. N. Wil. Saturday will be. primary election, treatment for troitre, of which she and hogs are Soymour. Ind. "Soma time ngo I failures, and ra a loss, noi ine something Ilka indlliams, spent the week-en- d in Boyd has been a sufferer for years. The and candidates are busier than ever great permanent Monday, August 15th had a sick spell,Mrs. Clara Peacock, of- frequently thoroughbred gcstlon," writes county. Mse in this country doelof told her. that he thought before. Houte 6, thi3 place. "I would get very value, for now. in Write for Catalogue sick at the stomach, and spit or vomit. Is be brought to such perfection as de- radium would be fntilo ninl ndWed , Kentucky, And his fame and the especially in tho morntngi. TOBACCO MEETING world-widMcKec Hros. Forest Home ANNOUNCEMENT an immediate surgical operation. mand for him arJ 'Then I began the use of Thcdford'a Farm ! On Saturday. August 1.1 at 2 o'after I had tried other The Bath County Sundny School Mrs. Metcalfe has this proposition re--1 medicines. Tho there I Association will hold its animal under consideration. She came home clock p. m. nt the coutr-hous- e Versailles, Ky. Heved me more thr.n anything that I , will be n gathcrinog of tobacco pro took, and i got an right. tiaiarrnai ueainess tiannot Be toied county convention Friday, August .Mondav. "I haven't found anything better f by local applications, as they cannot ducers of the county to organize for Hlth, at Salt Lick Christian church. when suffering reach the diseased portion of the ear. than frAm ImiiM, n nnctlnf fnn Catarrhal Deafness reauirea constitu- If ypu are a member of any Baptist NEW OIL WELL IN MENEFEE better prices under the cooperative CATARRH llay.len Lacy and wife. Fasse.lt I n S easr and rure. Can be taken tn , ilV' tn?5 While there will be some good j system. Christian, Methodist or 'PresbyteThe Wood Oil Couipanr WednesBotts, Miss Virgaline Byron, Car- Email dOSCS or large as tha case Calls Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an bi Ilaraed condiUonof the mucous lining of will be held to for. rian Sunday sclioof in Bath county day of Inst week brought in n five speeches the meeting .be. When this tuba Is roll Estill Byron, MUs Grace When voii have sirfc stomach. Indl- - !"?. Eustacmar decide a business problem for the a rumbline sound or constipation, or j gcstlon, headache, this is your convention and you are t ten barrel well on (he Clegg lease r s, nd when It Is entlre-- s Crooks, Miss Lucille Vice, Lee j, tobacco misers. Let's have u great other dlsasreeable symptoms, tako ly closed. the result. Unless oxjicctcd to bo present. n be reduced, your '" one mile s"uth of Mariba and meeting, such as are being held in all Miss Micha Martin returned to help keep your i the jnfUrr ! IrtroYed forever. system free from poison. j'?;-t- s An instructive and inspirational about three nules Routhwct from II MEDICINE acts Is mado I throBKh ti.i .(. Thedford's the Hurley counties. Come yourself Sunday from a several days' stay n t!x mucous jur ?r address by two of our Stato Field tb" Menefee pool. Thl is very enfrom titirplv vpfnlnhlft lnfrrffH.nts. I facrji i f tXe is irihelntr the In- and be sure to bring every man In nt Camp Allen on Slate creek. nets. a a.. gentle, natural way, and ha3 ! Jjan.nir.ija an.i rsi.nnc normal eondi- , : in" Workers nre important features. . way ue couraging to those interested in th your r I'ool district. Talk and work. no ua.ii aiierKjixecw. ft- -. sieiy ii In compliance with tho ininiative, Menefee field, ns it looks like there up F J. .hier is o, T'rfedo. Ohte. FOUNDr-- A man's coat. Owner taken by "young r.r old. .nesting that we may put to Get a package Adopted by many of the countiesj '? n S00l chance to enlarge the field may have same by paying for this day. Insist on th"of business into our tobacco selling, genuine, Thedfordi'J5 i t. throughout the stnte, a. "basket din- -' advertisement.' A. W. WALDEN. At your druggist's. J0UTL00K $1.50 PER YEAR. Administrators. W. A. Boyd, auctioneer. ME GfijSSTAiB LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER S50,0000 1 Live Stock Exhibits, All Kinds - -- BIG LABOR DAY CELEBRATION .ti M'Dhy, Wat; Sept. 7 Jr. Hazardous i Harrel's Flying Circus Seiissitjonal K -- Parachute Leap A BOYS Car BAND s 50c JIan-O'-Wa- r. re Man-O'-Wa- I Public Sal 43 Lcx-:ngt- Black-Draugh- cr. Black-Draugh- t, Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ! h-- "s Con-yer- "'ct Black-Draug- 1 . Black-Draug- ... ri.,. Black-Draue- Sentinel-Democra- NC-14- V a J vt, 4