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'"SSf v The ralne of the State's coal Jduct in 1020 wns $15p,457,3S0. "pro y, -- z -l o' CI c? l 7" sj o v. COLUMBIA v. . . u. . 'Si 'S. V. J. A. Power will mnke pictures Saturday nt his home on Route Mrs. Robert Bailey has.TH'tnnied lmm a tnp to t innmuUi: 1 n i r. I I if r. GRAPHOPHONES STYLE E 2 H TEN-INC- cv-rr- Mr. Iteoe from a of bu-iu- os Wells ti:.-- . rctnrn .lmiglitcr. I rr 55 "5 y o to I trip to Cinrinnat. W For Representative THOS. J. KNIGHT VAN Y. GREEN For Circuit Clerk K ! y. 3 I k 3 m I --: S I I O 925 - 2s? S "jC. 'k Si - . i I u -- . fi, NOW $85.00 H - I I I FOR SALE One first class 3 4 inch Mitchell Wagon. J. R, Brother 1-- Mrs. l.ee ThumpMin MisMMiri. ail nrr visiting their nun' & Co. Mis. Eliza Howe. !M138)101 72 3fi 2(1 10 ( 11 4 :!3 57 152 18 37 4 I 114l(i3 I I ; let Miss Lou Parks, of Salt Lick, was Fee 3am Sao, dance on" a Colum the guest of her aunt Mrs. Mark ma word. At E. L. and A. T. DiuiaM-o- ii Saturday. Byron's. .1. B. Ooodpaster and wife "left Thursday for a stay of sever.il We liandle Mocha and Java oofTcoj weeks at Atlantic City. -- the best lileinl th world over. Miss Sue Bascom returned to her R. C. BYRON home at Millersburg after a vist to 'Nicholas eoOnt.v had 350,000 His, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. F. Owsley. of tobacco pledged to the cooperatRobert Jones of Lexington eame ive plan at last report. Saturday for the primnry cleetioi', nnd to visit his home folks. Buy the best ice-te- a Orange PeRuben Mnnley nnd wife spent the koe tea. week-en- d in Mt. Sterling the guests J. R. STEELE of Mr. and Mrs. John Cravens. Miss Christine Anderson has gone Olympian Orange Pekoe tea the s' visit o her aunt, Mrs.' for a iee-tcGolden Dream coffee. Jerry Anderson at Seymour, Ind. R. C. BYRON. ten-daya. EARLJt. THOMPSON WATSON S. THOMAS 60 72 5!) 0!) 77 7il 00 18 32 10 32 35 14 93J 22 30; 10 I I I I r 2 9 34 31 27 55 80 U8 l)l !)St 24 60 02 83 25 25 52 5S 70l0(i4 I I I RECORDS NOW 85c WE SHOW FOUR STYLES I I I I I 41 21 4 44 73 94 41 CG120 13lil35l293 4flll0(i 25 40 (!4 05 28 37 fiO1 7!l 71 929 I ! I I I I For County Judge CROOKS EWINO CONNER W. I). BAILEY JOSEPH WILLIAMS JOHN A. CLARK I I I I s. o. For County Attorney,. I). W. DOGGETT CLARENCE B. CASSIDY I 23 44 2!l 15 10 101 48 44 103 57 5C 24 53 27 G8 12 (i 38) 54 57 14 11 57 2 lj 1 !l 2 2 311 2 1() 7j S 5 i:j. is! 10 I I I I 40, 22 19 50 5(i 8l 30 24 02 55 13 08G 3G118 11 27 47 35 28 72l03l3llG2l214 7 7 4 8 18 12 2G4 l443 G G 143 A 4 1 4 9l G4 24 7 4! 7 35 327 6 Si 10 9 10 17 03 hnn COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES $45 530 $85 $65 l Come and "see this line and hear the latest records I li E. L. & A. T. BYRON WINCHESTER STORE i (il 421 I X I (is; 44 57 85 40 SO 27 31 15 2i) "llOOj 27 U 13 I I 20 2ll I ll I 49 84 5; I I 52..47145lG7 19 40 31 I 1 95135 21 43 4Sl0; I 145 1329 39 54! 1023 For Sheriff R. B. I Dl'FF 4(i 37 I 4l 01 I ESTILL For Jailer NATHAN SORRELL, JR. M. S. 5lil23 S 93 S!il40 33 8 ft- 2oj U 41 I 65 14 2G 701151 12 82 fifijlOO 50 86 86 89 92 123G 28 20 107 70 38 23l0ll29 125 1354 1 Pnr i V. Ma-ti- .. T. B.r . .. Columbia grnphophones from $30 nnd A. 0. Shrout left Ti.osday I'o' s' stav a!, Swansro Snrin?. Now on E. L. at to85. 'jwul A. T. Bvron's. organ Atchison, of Frankfort came home for the primary election, Tlie Iiody of Wm. C. Ratlin, over nnd to spend a few days with home seas Soldier killed m hattle in the folks. World war, was received and re-i- n Sliss Anna Piuney has returned to tcrred at Cogswell Sunday. her home at Mt. Sterling after a visit to the familv of "her uncle Enirni ten-dav- FLOYD CROUCH I). W. STEELE W. W. NIXON ROBT. WILLIAMS CABE SNEDEGAR SAM T. JONES CLAUD STATON i: I 37 3 10 20l 4 34 12 90 II 11 4 G3 44 5 33 Gi 93 21 15 4 T 1 153 14 16 14; G 1 ii I 2 I 13 57 1 lj 3 10 I 8 4 2 i 11 4 6' 12 37 65 j 217 I 4 4 3 I -- I 5 941 4 I 1 0 1213 8 fi I I 6 x i si ?1 222: 6 25 1 8 10 211 1 171 ll 7 .111 I I 39 I For Tax Commissioner JOE ARNOLD THOMAS L. JONES 8l I I 5 1U 5 22 2 11 14 28 SOj 74 33 I I 20 5j 2 2 34 1S 49 58 I 8 11 44 11 6 4 3 ll 20 21 22 54 3 87 19 39 1 400 175 198 167 17G LYRIC THEATER THIS WEEK AND NEXT This Friday night August 12, we will run IXert Lytell in AT THE 224 449 533 I I 73 99 51 21 21 G9 13 28j 19 50 22 93 G8101 32 0l 7 I 43 25 15 15 49 37 27 G2l SO! 83 82 938 .r)4l07 19 7Gl02ll7 40 28 76 llll05l288 "EMPTY POCKETS' This Saturday night, August 13, we will " . V limVnnd cement "before bnying.-Rig'"'prices and prompt delivery. THE .WALTER YOUNG COAL CO ht . liss Pauline Stewart, of Tnylor$-villis visiting her aunts Mrs. las. Steele, Mrs. Reese Wells and Mr". e. LOSTt.or carried away by mistake Win. WelLs. my . fountain pen. Reward $3.00 Miss Margaret Eulalia Wyeoff, of which is more than it cost. Winehester, nnd Miss May Elizabeth REESE WELLS. Botts, of Sharpsburg, are visiting Miss Ccustanee Butts. Attend the Sunday School ConW. B. Arnold returned Tuesday vention at Salt Lick August 10. AH light from a visit to his cousin Rev. Sandav schools of- the county nre t Dawson. He found Mr. Daw- j$t:xpS?ttft to Vend delegates. . -i soaiewhut, better. EH-cr- j Marion Evans, a uored convict, tcr rtp"jjrsc ped from the jji'""r'v',","rP',""1 T1 a fw days convict camp ago) has 500 Pairs Army Shoes. I have just received 500 pairs of nniiy hoes which I will sell at the right .kind of prices. CLAY ROYSE. deliver you a Primrose Let Cream Separator. Cream going up, separators have pone down. There in a profit for you. E. L. and A. T. Byron's. Y Co'-im- i Hamilton, riding sidewise on his work mule when the nninml 'j lccnnie frightened and threw Mr. trrm - J Hamilton off backward cjitling a Nnrgc gash in hU hed (and.kiiocklng ' Monday. hjin into nsesiljjUtyjQrlraJ.timc. Mrs! Laur?TrirrelJ"Tjf Slinnslmrg, I visited the family of her cousin Mark REDUCTION IN RATES There will be a reduction of r.tes Thomas and sister, Mrs. Will Coyle, of near town, several days the past j - .t the Olympian Springs the first week. YS- half of August. Minimum rates. Miss Constnnce Botts who, has $15.00 by the week, $3.00 by the been visiting her sister Mrs. G. F. day. Phone your reservations. ! Wycoff, of Winchester, returned Under the present law the State home accompanied by Miss Margaret Superintendent of Public Instruction Eulalia Wycoff. CJBi f "cannot succeed himself. A proposed Chester Conyers, who is an in amendcent to the State constitution structor at Greenbnar Academy, W. to lie voed in in November will allow, Va, is visiting his parents Mr. ncd this officer to be reelected. Mrs. Sam Conyers and other relatives in the tounty. Miss Nettie Thomas won an Elgin J. A Barnes of Logan, West Vir- -' wi tch in the Mt. Sterling Advocate ginia was in town Monday greeting prize contest. Mrs Albert Botts, ofi his many friends. Mr. Barnes was ML &tpr!in tmi thp nntamnliilA iliA' postmaster at this place for twelve capital prize offered in the same con years. He now has a good position test and the Advocate won a large) as bookkeeper. increase in circulation A. T. Byron and his son, Lacy Byron, returned Thursday night from urrripir That any person . entitled under a trip to Louisville. Lacy has been ;' r i t - ru isjoii ul 1ine. voeaiionaii xiena- - employed by the Robison Brothers ti "bQitation act to Vocational training hardware dealers as traveling sales.must make application within eigh- man. His territory is a large one teen months from date of this act and includes Owingsville and He had been in the hardtwhieh is Jane 16, 1921. Said appli cations will not be considered later ware business in the latter place for . 1 . TeturncJ ib- - their home at Paris, after a 'visit ,pf several !av: to life. JfTX. ShaiiWand. , Omar Barber sf XouisvRIer is vis- itin rcaltives and friends here and in the county. Omar is eonvnlescinir from an attack of pneumonia Miss Maude McGinety, after a vis it of several weeks her. cousin Miss Virgalinc Byron has returncl to her home in Indimiapolis. Miss adge Shrout left Sunday to visit Claude McKinnevan nnd wif! nt Midway and Voris Vanlandinghnm nnd family near Sadievllle, Scott countv. Miss Lottie May Harris, of Lcs- "uigton, isted her mother Mrs. Wm. Phelps and grandparents Jas. Don-adsnnd wife from Friday till hn-a Snedegar . . The Scntincl-Dcmocrlooking Jnj Saturday's primary election 30, at his home nearV hackward 25, 30 nnd 4.0 years; Gay Shrout received the Democratic Wyoming, John II. Snedegar, of n Judge C. W. Goodpastcr of Ow- - nominntiui for Magis'rct in Dis'.i' t coniplieation of diseases. He had Jiugsville withdraws from the race as No. 1, his opponent having withbeen n sufferer for seven iiionths,7,,n,"l',hte for circuit judge in Mils drawn. In district No. 2, Geo. Hen-dri- x during which time all that human listriet. was nominated for Magistrate bauds could do was d.fne. Mr. Snc-iWaller Sharp (Dem) of Bath over Russell Woodard by a vote of egar was 43 years old when ho died comity eluded representative from 231 to 130, nnd Herman Bailey wa He was taken to a Lexington hospit- .district, nominated for Constable in same ai May 7, where an tiperntion was , Rigstaff of this city carries dstrij-- t by 4 votes. R. T. Myers was ' prfonned but to no avail. He was nearly nil the first premiums at nominated for Magistrate in Disthen brught home. He lenves a wire! Sharpsburg fair, in the cnttle ring, trict No. 5 nnd Chas. Myers was The first train carrying passengers nominated in District No 6. The Reand seven small children, five girls nnd two boys, an aged mother, two ' fr""1 Olympiu arrived here August publicans nomiunted Harry McCue 4- lr-- A. Hoffman one of brothers and one sister to mourn h . pts- - for Co", ty Judge over T. W. Mark- loss. He said he would love to live sengers, Jam! !, a large majority; Eobt. A11- to ra;st children hut if it was n iver Chas. Hornback by 681 The Tobacco Meeting M. "Moy. God's v.ll tUti' ii uuld not he wns 1'7 ml Lewis J. Barber for Macr- VKTSiw?!' would tie'" carcil" 1' iM h j iirilfslnctiTo iion das - have - pieatfuly V Jonn H- - nt - i kith-Row- M.iss Lulu uilhams and David Stnton of Salt Lick, Ky., were married nt the Court House in Bcatty- ville, Lee county, July 30, 1921 Ji They will make their home there for awhile where Stnton is employed in Everybody is coming to see this one a dandy. the oil fields. We wish them a long AGUST 19, we will run Shorty Hamilton in and happy life together. Contributed. The size of the audience thnt attended the musicnlc given by Misses Edna Hyron, Verna Cook nnd Elan CONSTANCE TALHADGE "In Search of a Sinner" FRIDYY NIGHT," I X. "ARIZONA WON" . This is a good Western. Get ready, boys. Next Saturday night, August 20, comes comes ROBERT WARWICK in -- J u.'-w- oc; - for and thu lie was ready fo go. On June 4th, 1921 he confessed to Bro. Dan Murphy and was carried on a cot to the river where he was baptized. "Farewell dear brother may Jesus, Whom thou loved receive thee and God protect thy wifo and little ones whom thou hast left." I is hard to break the tender cora . When love has bound the heart, 'Tis hard to speak the word .Must we forever part 1 Dearest loved one we must lay thee j In the peacful grave's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished Till we sec thy heavenly face. smie, ...... 4 ! (, Tlninm rivic.Mj. i' .tler Tov. nddrcsscd a large audience of far- - ! mors Monday at the court housu on the subject of coo;)crul-,,lteimrts from the bedside of Hev. marketing of tobacco. Notwithstanding Mr. K. K. Dawson, who has been ill at Kehoc's coiiwucini, nrgnuient on'.y his home at Cliilesburg, Fayette 200,000 pounds of tobacco were county, for some time are not very signed under the coiltrtct proposed The doctors pronounce by the Burley Associotio-i- . the result of a fall froir A few i other farmers had signed previously. a pear trco some 30 years ago which However, there ?s to nnotliPr meeting; affected his heart. at the court house Saturday nftcr- - ' REDUCTION IN RATES noon, August 15 which will be a(1. dressed by som-- j able speakers. There will be a reduction of rates nt the Olympinn Springs the first Carlisle has n new band which the half of August. Jfinimum rates, progressive business men of the town $15.00 by the ,week, $3.00 by the a .11 nMA . ..1. ! day. Phono your reservations; "k uuuiviuj; iiiiuiicihiiv e s s ! I 1 . J br79'toI33 Estill nt the school auditorium wa- somewhat disappointing. These This is.a good picture. Saturday night, August 27, wc viH have young ladies are all accomplish ;.! musicians nnd had been to great dcil of trouble and considerable oxnense thft nn'r"tigihgrFltabl program; JolBYFLOlYOUTII.".2iThQse. are given away by the businej d don't forget the many prizes to be which was carried out to tho entire men and women of Owingsville. Come and enjoy a good picture satisfaction of those who attended. and you may get a prize. Both at Sharpsburg and Flemlngs-bur- g THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. .t rains prevented the expecte-.- t audiences from attending. will . It Should Have Insurance Reduction. The Blue Grass Fair promises to perhaps be a long time before tno be bigger nnd better than ever before people of Owingsville have an opporE. It. Brandies, of the Fire Pretunity of attending another such an vention and Kate Department of tlie this year. Their premiums and entertainment ns this trio of yout; State Auditor's oOicc, was hero purses aggregate dbout $50,000.00, Indies gave and it is to be regretted in 'lav 0:1 nn inspection ot the I and cover every kipd o livo stooVy t i that their audience was not largs.-- . t iw.-- . His report to his department pouury anu xox 1nounas aro aiso m Owingsville has as pood fire- - eluded. A baby show is schedule! sa- It is reported that Town Marshall Hshtinu eouinment as any town of for the last doy, Saturday Sept. Fralcywho slu-- t and killed Cafe :ts size ; the state and such as to 10. All railroads have reduced' rates ' ' r Collivcr in ilorehead a few-day-s . ,' warrant a material reduction of in- for this evemt. was, after being placed under surance) rates. bond restored to the police forco of liOdema, little daughter of' E.-Morehead. Additional Locals on' Last page. Morgan ami wifej- has diphtheria.- THE MAD LOVER" CLAHA KIMBALL YQUNC '.XtX-bo6t.piure- 1 - In which we double-cros- s a master mind TALK ABOUT dime noTels. THEY SENT Jim down. TO TEXAS to Investigate. SOME OIL wells there. WHICH THEY mlsht buy. IF JIM said OC. AND HE was BY WIRE in AND THREW awar his eod4 AND WHEN ha sent. . THE FINAL dopo. HE FOILED tho villain, V THE MESSAGE Just said, "CHESTERFIELD." AND HIS directors knew. THAT ALL was to report. secret codo. ... ... ... ... wlL NOW ENTER tho Tlllaln. WITH THOSE oil wells, FOR OIL men know. A SLIPPERY JHjH ' Those Long Winter Evenings keep your home warm and cosy with a . COT WIND of AND TRAILED Jlin down. COPIED OFF his codo. AND BRIBED a boob. ... ... . .crook. 1L THAT "CHESTERFIELD.. "THEY SATISFY." ... - mean lan Dec 16, 1922. some time. . " John Arnold, Mrs. Dollie Owis-gs- , M, H. ELLISON, lacement Officer With Federal Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arnold and Mnrk Board of Vocational Education Lex- Donaldson went on a motorin mp ington Local Office District No. 7, through portions of the Bl iirriss Friday. One of the points of u- The new school law does not per they visited was the celebrit,-mit the employment of a relative of Simms farm in Bourbon county. This any trustee. For this reason A-- T. is one of the finest farms in the State Byron has resigned as a member of and contains about 3,300 acres the Owingsville Graded School, and Among the fine stock they saw vilt his daughter has accepted a position Mr. Simms $300,000 imported stalas teacher in the Primary Depart- lion. ment, made vacant by the resignation of Miss. Fannie Coyle. Ncholas county is organizing J. E. Steele has been Vected to commercial club. fill the place made f&c&yC by Mr. OUTLOOK, $!.50:.PER,YLrtR, jrcaigaauun.- t-e- st . POLE' ORIGINAL PWTU. J olograph branch. SO THEcrooK couia got. THE EARLIEST word. AND CORNER stoefc. AND WORK '' , L HOT BLAST HEATER rooms warm floors. The maxirrum radiation, low base heat, air tight construction, ana Hoc Biasi Combustion insure even temperature m all parts of the room at all times. 7 "HE health of your family depends upon properly heated IT LOOKED llko easy coin. ... ... ... a hold-up- . copied! satisfy." the pick of Turkish and Do-mestic tobaccos put together in Chesterfield th, way that's why "they satisfy." And tha Chesterfield blend can not bo Did you ineto aoeat the ChMterficld pacliagtoflO? I it rich" Chesterfields. kno-t- when yon discovef You'll say "they A wonderful blend you've "struck 3UT JIM gotwiso. Ul El And besides, Cole's Original Kot Blast Heater is guaranteed d less fuel thar. any underdraft stove on to consume market guaranteed to hoid fire fot thircy sue hours.the one-thir- J Letiu Mfcr4K-. i :- HUM show you vottrs coflry. E. L. & A. T. BYRON - Birr ir-- iT r- r' L; x. i ""- -& - Myirs Tobacco , m - -- f -- 1 Ss ' - "f m ll Mi IT i. O AVW . y . -- V af .' 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY. SEE RECORD CROP Western Farmers Re joice Over Bountiful Harvest. Canada AGENTS SECRET OF COMPLETE INVESTIGATION Governor of Illinois Indicted on Fraud Charge SOLDIERS' HOME CE News CuHangs An epltomo ct the moat Important events transpiring throughout tho state entucky 1 Favorable Weather and Fertile Land Combine to Pour Riches Into the Hands of Agriculturists. AT JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE-VIDEN BARED AT HOSPITAL Louisville. Mrs. Lena Jut, 40, was seriously Injured and her two children were bruised and received cuU when they were pinned beneath an overturn- (tn auminouiie near rwosmosaaie, on ine r.isnteentn street road. .Mrs. Just was rushed to the City Hospital In an lmbulnr.ee and examination disclosed that she had suffered a fractured stull. T -- ' f There arc those In nearly every state In the Union who have relatives or frlmds, or someone they huve known, who arc residents of some of Hie provinces of Western Canada. They have pone there to carry on the profession and occupation of farming. Their progress hns been carefully watched and such news as may come from them or the country that they have taken partial possession of will be read with Interest. Important news Just now Is the condition of the crops. Newspaper correspondents and government representatives are now In a position, after making a careful surveyiot conditions, to announce that the crop conditions In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta carry the promise of an early and bountiful harvest and farmers view the outlook with utmost pleasure. Good growing weather has prevailed since seeding and all cereal crops are well advanced. Wheat headed out has long, heavy heads, nnd Mg yields are Indicated; predictions are being made thnt the record pro duction per acre In 1015 will be c ceeded. Harvesting began In some sections In the early part of August An Interesting feature of the situation is the fact that there are no bad re ports from any part of the country from the Ited river to the Itocky rooun tains1 and from the International boundary to Peace river. There will also be good fruit, vegetable and root crops. Most remarkable has been the germl .nation of most of the grain. Marquis wheat sown on May 11 was fully headed out on June SO. Considerable advancement has taken place In the last few years In the growing of corn. Sunflowers are also being grown quite extensively. Both these do wonderfully welL On July 4 the writer was shown a twenty-acr- e field of corn that had reached a height of upwards of five feet, while a five- acre field of sunflowers close by, was entering for a keen race skyward. Both will doubtless be used for ensilage, to which will be added a splendid crop of alfalfa or sweet clover, which also have proved very successful. Now that corn, sunflowers, sweet clover and alfalfa have taken a liking to the country. It will mean a period of reconstruction In many farming districts, and railed farming will supersede the period of "grain mining" that, no matter how fertile the soli, no matter how generous It may be In giving forth from lu great storehouse of all the properties that have given to Western Canada Its name of the wheat granary of the world, too much may be asked of It; the departure from this Into the sphere of more Intensive farming, covering many generalities riot before Indulged In, will add dot lara per acre to the value of this productive land. Those who have watched the progress of Western Cun-ndhave been looking for the day when corn and such like can be grown successfully, it has now arrived. The cattle r- - ' dairy. Industry will be given n Sat will attract those wh" i,a . oecn wedded to this kind of .iin life, while none of the Interfax that may be taken by the grain grower will be lessened. Already there Is an Influence following the fact that corn and sunflowers can be grown, that Is leading to the erection of silos In many parts of the country, all Indicating a growing satisfaction as to the great future that lies Lefore It. Due chiefly to the drop In costs of materials and wages, farmers throughout the prairie provinces are erecting many buildings this year, says the ediwell-earne- d a, For Former Service Men, Senators Are Told Moonshine and Drugs Open to Patients, Whllo Women Overrun Grounds, Is Charge. Washington. Conditions nt 111 City, J'eun., Old Soldiers Home, whero former sorvlce men nro receiving treatment, nro so deplorable that unless Congress nets Immediately the casualties there will be higher pro portlonately th:m occurred In tho World War, Dlrcrtor Charles It. Forbes, of the Bureau of War Itlsk Insurance, declared before a Senate Committee. Agents of the bureau have Just completed a secret investigation of the Institution In which arc quarter-oi- l the former sorvlce men and who. Gov Len Sninll of Illinois has been Indicted, together with Lieut Gov Fred Sterling nnd a banker on elinrg8 ot Colonel Forbese declared, were living fraud nnd embezzlement of state funds. The Illustration siows Governor Small nnd the old stn'e house In Springfield under nstoundisg conditions of Wee. In which the court hearings Incident to the case are held. corruption and Immorality. Tho War brought ns n witness M. P. I'isk head Mclnerny, the agent who made the In SOVIET TROOPS IN MUTINY vestigatlon and who lived for a week FOR as a "patient" at the Home. Hunger Stricken Hordss March on The latter told the committee of havMoscow After Burning Villages ing bought drugs, moonshine whisky in Famine Districts. CALL and extract of ginger containing 05 per cent alcohol on the Home ReservaHunger-strickeLondi n. thou tion; declared that Intoxication was sandu lii the famine districts of ltuslu common among the former service A. W. MELLON, TREASURY HEAD, are setting tiro to their villages before CONFERENCE EXPECTED TO BEmen. and asserted thnt immoral womWOULD CALL A HALT ON deserting them for other parts of BusGIN NOV. 11. THIRD ARMS-TICen overrun the grounds on which the sii, according to a llelslngfors disSPENDING. Institution Is located. The witness ANNIVERSARY DAY. patch to the Central News Agepey, said ho had encountered ninny paquoting persistent reports received tients who .carried guns and dolled the guards to take the firearms away. Expenditures For Year May Exceed In- from the interior of Uussin. Many vil- American Government Will Not Insist lages arc said to he In Humes. From There absolutely was no discipline, he come From All Sources $266,000,000 Upon Defining An Unalterable the same source it was reported that place added, nnd the patients "ran the Urges Heavy Expense Cut Far Course of Discussion of Topics to great to the extent of forcing the executive Greater Economy Must Prevail, or to dealpreparations were being mado Be Presented Before the Council. with the masses of peasants ofl'.cers to withdraw the guards from Taxes Wilt Go Up. now matching toward Moscow. Many the dining room." leaded dice and trenches have been dug about tho city Washington. Unless unexpected opmarked cards, he declared, were supWashington. An Increase In Federal and much war material, Including Held position develops, plied by "parasites" from the outside the International $200,000,000 in addition to the gnrs, has been Installed, the rejwirt conference on disarmament and Far and the patients "drained" of the taxes of Other telegrams received at Eastern subjects, proposed by Presimoney given to them by the Govern- present high war rates will bo neces- said sary to meet estimated Government ex- Helsingfors reported that the Petro-gr.it- dent Harding, will begin November 11. ment. garrison had mutinied again. the third anniversary of the signing As Mr. Mclnemey gave detail after penditures during the current fiscal unconof the armistice which marked the detail of his week's experience which year unless hig and heretofore Goern-menf- s New York. liusiaii horses, which close of the World War. ended lust Monday, telling of the life templated reductions In the spending can be mai'e, Andrew numbered ."(1.000.000 before the war. Great Britain's formally expressed of "those who desired to get well," Senator David 1. Walsh, Massachu- W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, practically have disappeared, having willingness to accept any date that Ways and Means been eaten by the famished Doiiulation would be agreeable to tho United setts, Democrat, demanded that the warned the House It was revealed In Kussian newspapers States led to the extension of the defisituation be laid before Attorney Gen- Committee. Baling statements on cold figures hero by the American Relief Adminis- nite suggestion to all the Invited Poweral Harry M. Daugherty for action. The Senator declared that all those in frm the Treasury files as to probable tration. Meat had grown so scarce ers that they convene on that date. It authority nt the home, and those, he expenditures, which astounded tho more than a month ago that it was is understood officially that Jaiun will rationed only to hospital natients. offer no objection to the suggestion, alsaid, who appeared to have permitted committee, the Secretary empha.-b.e- d the condition to continue, should be In- th fact that far greater economy Classes in Moscow University were though the Government at Tokyo dicted for malfeasance In office. No measures than any now under consid- dismissed by the lecturers because the would prefer a slight delay merely for action was taken by the committee, eration had to be adopted Immediately students were too weak from huncei the purpose of facilitating the comhowever, but Mr. Walsh declared that If o reduction were to be made In Fed- to continue their work, the papers said. pilation of material that will be required by its representatives nt the the sending of former service men to eral taxation. He submitted an outline of the enconference. Milk Trust France and Italy, It is "such hell houses has got to stop."" tire Government fiscal situation and Indianapolis, Ind. Attorney Gen- understood, will Jo'n the British Govadded that his, estimates included re- eral r. s. I.esh and William" Kvans ernment in prompt annilei-eneeCharges Denied. had been made ns the Press dispatches lnd'intini Great Washington. Oltlclals at American ductionsof that economy drive of the prosecuting attorney for this countv. result the. filed in the Superior Court here a stilt Britain's willingness to leave to tho lied Cross headquarters, asserted that Budget Bureau. against the Indiana Manufacturers of United States the determination of the charges made by United States SenaThe present difficult fiscal problem tor Joseph I. France at Rlgn, that Dr. was brought about largely by the big Dairy Products, with headquarters In subjects that will be discussed, were Indianapolis, nnd 3S associated milk said to he Indicative of the spirit of Kdword W. Ryan, American Red Cross slump In the yield of the i;resent reve- nnd dairy products companies In In- accord which has been manifested. Commissioner of the Balkans, Instinue law, due to business' depression, dianapolis and 28 other Indiana cities. The American Government has madi gated the Kronstadt revolution, were Mr. Mellon showed. charging the existence of a dairy prod It plain that it does not Insist upon without found? Hon. Neither he nor present revenue and tariff ucts nnd milk trust. It Is also charged defifth' .n unalterable course of disUnder the American. Red Orors pave any aid laws the the maximum yield was more that a "slush fund" exists to maintain cussion, but has felt that the nature to the Kronstadt revolutionists, It was During the cur- "unreasonable and iipconsclonahle", of the pnminm should he outlined In $6,000,000,000. officials of the Maryland Senator than year said, rent these sources will yield lint low lirices to liroducers and slmllnrlv advance of the conference If possible. Bojshevlk propato be traceable to a high prices to consumer. ganda wireless message, asserting that 3,870,000,00t), with an additional ' to be obtained from salvage Americans Released. the International nnd American Red and miscellaneous sources. Caruso Funeral. Riga. American prisoners in Russia Cross were contemplating helping the Mr. Mellon estimated that the grand Naples. The fnii.-ra- l of Knrlco Ca- already have been released from con revolutionists. total of expenditures of the Govern- ruso has taken place. From the Royal llnemeut, according to unofficial re ment during the current year would Church of San Francisco dl Palo the ports at tho BoNhevIk Legnti.n Press Boy's Held as Slayers. be $1,554,012,817- - The estimated rev- cortege moved through streets, lined Bureau here, was no word but BoonviHe, Ind. Charged with mur- enues he gave as $4,217,013,000. Thus, with troops and vast crowds, to the as to the number there released or when, der of their mother, Mrs. Martha should the present high tax rates re- cemetery where the body was placed how, or where they will be delivered 70 years old, Willie Deffen-dol- main untouched the Government In a vault. Services were conducted across the bonier. An International 17, and Dollle Dcffendoll, 22, are deficit would be $33G,4G0.S17. If tho In the famous church by permission of Committee has been organized hero to In Jail at Boonvllle. They were ar- Fordney tariff hill were enacted by Mug Ictor Emmanuel, who sent a rested by Luther Stambush, Sheriff January 1, $70,000,000 more than the special representatives to attend the render relief to the starving. This of Warrick County, after Vernon yield of present Democratic law would ceremony. A great choir, composed of committee, with the international Red Cross organization in Riga, which Is Krelghaus' Coroner, had conducted nn be obtained, thus making it necessary hundreds of singers, assisted In the looking after the transport to Russia inquest. Sheriff Stambush placed the for Congress to provide for $200,000.-00- 0 requiem high mass. of former prisoners of war, will main boys In separate cells In order that more than the present war rates tain relations, with regard to relief they might not do each other violence. on Internal taxes yield, unless big cuts Slack Buying By Public. work, between Moscow and Western The shooting took place a week ago In expenditures could be made. New York. The Ciedlt Clearing Europe, it Is announced. upon a farm near Ilellman. House weekly report of merchandising ictivltles by manufacturers and Food Prices Soar. Eight Bodies Recovered. Injunction Is Sought Washington. Retail prices ot food wholesalers shows a marked slackenRome. The postoflice building nt Chicago. A writ of injunction was increased In nine of ten principal cities ing In buying by the general public, Hied In Circuit Court to prevent city during the period from June 15 to July except on the Pacific Const and .n Bari, In Southeastern Italy on tho the street 15, the Department of Labor an- the mountain sections, with slight, but Adriatic, collapsed as a result of an officials Interfering with sale of Henry Ford's Dearborn Inde- nounced. In Detroit prices went up 7 favorable changes In indebtedness an earth tremor nnd eight bodies so far pendent Perley W. Johnson, a dis- per cent; in Peoria and Providence, C purchases from manufacturers and have been recovered from the ruins. tributor for the paper, alleged tjint sev- per cent; Manchester and New Haven, wholesalers. Purchases are slightly Others are reported to have been eral weeks ago two boys selling tho 4 per cent; Mobile and Savannah, 3 more active than last week, but less killed in the disaster nnd many In Dearborn Independent were arrested per cent; nnd In Atlanta nnd Rich- than in tho corresponding week of jured. One of the bodies taken out was that of M. Zavoianla, reputed to and charged with disorderly conduct mond, 1 per cent. Prices In Little 1120 and 1UI1). be a Greek millionaire, who was transThe petitioner denies there was any Bock decreased of 1 per cent. acting business In tho postoflice at the disorderly conduct nnd declared tlio Relief Bill 'Attacked. Washington. arrests to be in violation of the right Merry Row. In a statement issued time of the collapse. of frea speech. Washington. The House terminated Samuel Gompers, President of the Sought in Bank Theft. dea dreary session In the midst of a de- American Federation of Will Fight Radicalism. Montreal. Charles Hays, serving a bate as to whether the request of Rep- clared the Hawaiian labor relief s San Francisco. If necessary tho resentative Boy G. Fitzgerald, ot Day- measure, "which would make possible jail sentence here. Is Knights of Columbus will "put Its ton, O., Republican, for n leave of ab- the Importation by sugar planters of sought In Sun Francisco on charges of whole force or 800,000 members Into sence to attend a reserve officers' Hawaii of approximately 50,000 Chi- having stolen $."!i.0'.X) In bonds from National Bank the movement to end foreign propa- camp at Camp Knox, Ky., should be nese coolies In bonds," was a proposal the ganda In America, be It European or allowed. Objection of Democratic "brought forward for the benefit of there, police said. Two royal mounted Asiatic," Supreme Master John H. members blocked unanimous consent, great corporations, for their added police detectives have entered claim Reddln, Denver, told the thirty-nint- h and It Is regarded as doubtful whether profit and for the exploitation of hu- to tho $1,000 reward for capturing convention of the Knights. Hays. manity." the request will be renewed. Johnson AMERICA FACES WAV OPENED LARGE DEFICIT DISARMAMENT E . . Def-fendo- L " ' tor and manager of the Prairie Lumberman, who was a visitor to Vancouver a few days ago. A campaign is under way among the retail lumbermen and farmers, urging the erection of 2,000 silos this year, and this Is meeting wth success, more plans and specifications .having been prepared and more structures being under way problably than at any other time in the history of .the West. Adverttse- tnent. 1 . Protection Against Radium. A physician using radium has to Insulate himself thoroughly from Its effects. Dr. Belcherc of the French Academy of Medicine says they must wear gloves lined with lead, and spectacles containing lead salt; they must h untile the radium salts with pincers and sit at the, table lined with lead. He Is perfecting a lead protector for the heart and lungs, but advises operators to vrrap themselves In thin lead sheets. one-tent- h three-month- ' Jud Tunklns. Tunklns says nature puts enough scales on a fish to give It more of a bathing suit than some human Jud beings wear. From Missouri. d Bury Tomahawk. "What In the world are yon kicking about?" asked the landlady. "When I took my room you told me there was a single hair mattress on the bed," said the thin boarder. "So I did." "Well, will yon please come up to my room and show me the single hair?" . J Penetank, Ont Supreme chieftains of the Huron and Iroquois Indian tribes, whose ancestors carried on a feud for centuries In what now Is tho province of Ontario, literally buried the hatchet. They also smoked the pipe of peace. These ancient symbolic ceremonies were carried out In the presenec of thousands, drawn here to attend the tercentenary celebrations Knows a Lot. "So your son Is home from colleger of the coming of the French explorer, "Yep." "Has he learned much?" "He Samuel De Champlain, the first white certainly has. More than his mother man to visit the Indian tribes In this and I have picked up In a lifetime." country. Allies Press Demand. The French nnd British Ambassadors and the Italian Charge d'Affalres delivered to Foreign Minister Rosen, on behalf of their respective governments, the note asking the German Government to take steps to facilitate the transportation of allied troops across Germany. The note declared that the situation In Upper Silesia at any moment might render the sending of troops necessary. It was learned later on good authority that the. German Government acceded to the demand. Berlin. Rockefeller Lightened. New York. Tho Government won its suit In United States District Court bore to collect $202,072 from John D. Rockefeller, alleged to be due In Income on oil company shares. Judge Learned Hand ruled that these shares of stock had not come into the possession of the defendant ns dividends, as contended, but wore Income, and 1'ierefore property taxable. The Court also dismissed a suit begun by the William L. Harkness estate to recover ?43,5S7 income taxes Involved In the Rockefeller action. They All Seek Passes! Chicago. An Injunction against officials of Chicago Pageant of Progress, to restrain them from charging a fifty-ceadmission fee at the gate, was asked for In Circuit Court here. The admission is attacked as an Infringement of rights of the people who built the municipal pier where the exposi tion Is being conducted. About $250,- 000 has been obtained nt the gate since the exposition opened. The petition sets forth that "as n corporation for profit, the Pageant of Progress Is using public property for private gain." termlnup Seeks to Regain Throne. Geneva, Switzerland. Unconfirmed reports persist that former Emperor Charles of Austria has left Herten- steln secretly and is In Hungary awaiting mi opportunity to launch r, coup d'etat U Is said that Captain Werkman, private secretary to Charles, and several of tho former Monarch's servants nlrendy have left for Budapest. It Is stated In usually circles that Charles will make an attempt to regain his throne this month, notwithstanding the warnings of the allies. d Bowling Green. John B. Luckey, "L carpenter, of Shelbyville, Tenn., com Oiventon. Wheeler, Joseph of mitted suicide here In a boarding bouse Worthvllle, who was tried In the by shooting himself through the head. Not Bestirring Hlmselfv Owen Circuit Court for rnls:ng a check, He came here one mouth ago and had There's something wrong with that was sentenced to the stuto prison f.r been 111 two weeks ot heart trouble. hired man of mine," said Mr. Cobbles. four years. He iad $55 In a local hank. His sister. "What do you think is the matter Mrs. S. S. I.ong, of ShelbyvIIle, arrived with him, father?" asked Mrs. Cobbles. Wliltoshurg. Sam Rentley, a mer here to claim (he body. An inquest "As near as I can Judge, he think, chant at Boone's Fork, In this county. will tc held. we're operating a summer resort and lost his right hand in a dynamite ex he's come here to sorter rest an' build plosion near his home, l'entley was Bowling Green. The citizens of himself up." Birmingham firing soma shots In the sunshine and Smith's Grove nnd Pleasant Hill distho explosives were hot As he pickUnlimited Speeds. tricts voted, 141 to 7, to discontinue ed one up It let go. "This Einstein theory Is exceeding-l- y Hill Conthe Smith's Interesting." said the police officer. solidated Schools. This vote repeals Hickman. A. C. Owen, of nickman. "Do you understand It?" tax nnd returns tho the has gouo to St. IxHiIs to visit his moth "Not entirely, but It calls attention to Its original boundary. The er, .Mrs. Acnes Owen, before leaving Pleasant Hill district has fifty pupils to the fact that suns and planets can for San Diego. Cal., en route as a mis- and the Smith's Grove district 200. operate successfully without knowing sionary to China. Mr. Owen la the The two districts consolidated one your anything about speed regulations." first missionary who ever went out ago and carried at that time by a from Hickman. lie has taken a spe- large majority. Inquisitive Lillian. cial course In this work. Lillian, four years old. has attended Owenboro. State Sanitary Engi- Sunday school and heard some things PIneville. In the doorway ot his neer Frank C. Dugan arrived In the she does not understand. cabin on Brownie's Creek, throe miles city to begin a survey In conjunction Lillian said: "Mother, what is th east of Cubage, where, ten years ago, with the local health office to ascer- soul?" ho shot nnd killed Deputy Sheriff Ed Mother replied: "Child, the soul Is tain the cause of a typhoid fever epi Meece. Henry Wilson, 40, a noted demic existing in Owensboro and Da- the mind, the part of you that thinks." was shot and fatally viess comity. moonshiner, There was silence for a little bit There are now twenty wounded ct daybreak by a posse made cases of the disease In different parts and then Lillian said: "Mother, how up of revenue men and state officers of the county and outskirts of the city. will Got get wings fastened on to the sent to arrest him. More than 2.000 Inoculations with anti- mind?" Mother did not answer. After a short typhoid serum have been made by the Frankfort The total collections of health department. silence Lilllhn said: "Mother. Is God the nutomoblle department on motor and Central the same?" vehicle license from Decemher, 1020, to By this time father hnd begun to Louisville. Fire of nnknown origin Juno 0, 1!I21, amounted to $1,072,087.-2- destrojed the plant of the Louisville take notice and answered: "Not tn Of the total amount $3T,r,71 was Conserve Company, a big canning con- our town." collected in December, ?9.iJ,017 In cern at 47G1 Louisville avenue. HighJanuary, $03,954 In February, $Sl,7S"i land Park, causing a loss ot $225,000. WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND In March, ttiO.GIt In April, $5G,SS0 in partly covered by Insurance. Many May, and $19,002 in Juiie. SWAMP-ROO- T large plants In the neighborhood were menaced by the flames. The firm was Lexington. Dr. James P. McConnell, practically a new Industry, prepared For many years druggists have watched president of the State Normal School to run at full capacity, after building at East Radford, Ya., Is In Lexington and adding to Its improvements since with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root- , conferring with tho curators of Tran- the enrly part of 1020. the great kidney, liver and bladder medisylvania College, the trustees ot the cine. College of the Blblo and other execuCovington. A miniature telegraph v It is a physician's prescription. tives In reference to accepting the system showing poles and wires was Swamp-Roo- t is a strengthening medipresidency of the combined colleges to nn exhibit In a suit filed by the Louls-vlll- o cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and bladsucceed Dr. R. U. Crossfield. der do the work nature intended they & NnshvIUo Railroad Company against the Western Union Telegraph shonld do. Swamp-Roo- t Louisville. Charles Hunslnger. 3C29 Cotnpany, hearing of which was begun has stood the teat of years. West Chestnut street, was made de- In United States Court here. The ex- It is sold by ail druggists on its merit fendant in two damage suits growing hibit Is placed on a long table In the and it should help you. No other kidney out of a collision between his auto- courtroom. John W. Menzles, United medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Roo- t and start mobile with a motorcycle and sidecar Stntes Court clerk, was appointed attached, June 30, in which the motor- Fpecial commissioner by Judge Coch- treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test this- -, cycle was demolished and John and ran to hear evidence In the case which itreat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Mdry Hoffman were injured, accord- hns been In court since 1913. Rental Kilmer & Co- -. Bioghamton. X. Y., for a ing to their petitions, asking aggregate for the use ot the ralltoad company's sample bottle. When writing be sun ind damages of $5315. mention this paper. In thirteen states Is Involved and '.ho sum of $2,500,000 Uj de .exington. Fire of undetermined Nothing Serious. manded, attorneys say. origin destroyed a large stock, barn, They met at a dance, and after a together with its contents, on tho Paris. The case of Mrs. Inez Burns, few dances together sat down. Silence followed. farm, about one who as administratrix of the estate of He looked at her, she looked at nulo from Lexington. The loss ap- her husband, Bobbon Burns, sued the proximately Is $4,000, partially covered Louisville & Nashville Railroad Comhim. by instiruuce. More silence. T! e origin of the fire Is pany for damages In the sura of Then at last George asked: unknown, although two theories-havalleging negligence on the part ot "Daisy, will you be my " been advanced spontaneous combusemployes of the company, which 8h9 tion or the prescrca of tramps sleep- says resulted In her husband's death "Oh. George." cried Daisy, "this. Is " ing on the hay, who may hue lighted sudden I Give st Corbln, Ky, December 13, 1918, was so "Partner for theme a little timeconnext dance," a match, Igniting iho hay or straw. tried in the Bourbon Circuit Court- - cluded George. Mrs. Burns sued for herself and ns "To get my breath back," also conMIddlcshoro. John Warman, 18, guardian for her five small children. was captured here by the local police At a previous trial of the casn two tinued Daisy between puffs. "I haven't nnd charged with the killing of Robert years ago u verdict for the plaintiff quite recovered from the last shuffle Roark. Roark was found with a bul- In the sum of $22,500 was rendered. yet" The Pittsburgh Chronicle. let wound In hte head .arjd one Jn his This was set aside by the Court of Apbody Ip,thq woo4rr The. Three Kind. Li peals mid n new trial ordered. Ti A teacher In a school asked the to Tazewell, Tenn. He was rushed to jury rendered a verdict for the plaintiff other day: "How many kinds of MIddlesboro, but died In the local hos- In the sum of $35,000. flowers are there?" pital without regaining consciousness. Three pupils held up their bands. Warman confessed that he killed Hyman Godfrey, who Frankfort Roark, the police said. He was turned ran down and killed Frank McGratb. She chose one to reply. "Well. Jack, how many kinds of over to Tennessee officers, who lodged of Louisville, committed no offense flowers are there?" him In the Tazewell jalL against the, laws of Kentucky for "Three, teacher." which Governor Morrow has the power "Indeed I And what are they?" Frankfort Interior changes to be to pardon lilin. This opinion was "Wild, tame and collie." made at tho Eastern State Hospital, given to the governor by Attorney GenLexington, &t tho suggestion of the eral Charles I. Dawson, m answer to State Board of Charities and Correc- a query from Governor Morrow as to tions, will make It possible to concen- his power m the premises. Governor trate a number of the present ward Morrow has on file In his office an apdining rooms and provide a dining plication for a pardon for the, lad, who A HOUSEHOLD room for approximately three hundred was adjudged by the Juvenile Court NECESSITY FOR women and a like number of men. The of Jefferson County to be a delinquent BURNS. BITES. CUTS. ECZEMA AND board believes that the change will and ordered to be placed In the LouisITCHING SKIN AND result In better service, better super- ville and Jefferson County Chllren's vision nnd economy. The board has Home until he arrives at the ago of 21. M ngnrrim Inaugurated a system where- The opinion of the attorney general GUAAAXTTXD SV by Individual records of all inmates was sent to the govf rnor's office. SOLON PALMER UOTOM of the public Institutions, nnd all officers and employes, is .nalntalned in Frankfort Five thousand dollars the central office in this dry. will be spent by the State Game and Fish Commission to purchase "Bob Louisville. An active campaign in White" quail for distribution In this favor of the $1,000,000 school Improve- state. The quail will be bought for ment bond issue will be undertaken at spring delivery. Dr. S. Tuttle, ex once and carried on until the fall elec- ecutive agent of tho Game and Fish tion by the Alumnae Club of the Girls' Commission, is back from Ballard High School. This decision was reach- county, where he made arrangements ed at a meeting ot the board ot the for the establishment ot a camp next Alumnae Club held at ths residence of month for the purpose of catching fish Mrs. Fells Kerrick, president. The from the ponds, covering L300 acres HOW DIFFERENT WOMM club will enlist the of fed- of land, an overflow from the Ohio erated clubwomen, will have a bond river. The fish will be put into Ken Eaionlm issue booth at the State Fair, will ar- tucky streams. The camp will be es range for high school girls to give "My wife wa a great sufferer from a short distance from Barlow tablished talks at motion picture thea- and the fish will be caught with selns. add stomach for 10 years," writes H. ters, and will In every way advertise During this year. 37,000 fish were dis D. Crippen. "but is a different woman and work for the passage of the bond tributed by the commission from the since taking Eatonlc" Sufferers from acid stomach let Issue. Miss Hattle Hoffman Is In hatchery, which Is an Increase of 0 Eatonlc help yon also. It quickly takes charge of the campaign. over last year. up and carries out the excess acidity and gases and makes the stomach cool PIneville. John Rooney, a drunken Frankfort Of the 500 Indictments and comfortable. Ton digest easily, miner, shot and Instantly killed Ed- brought at the last term of the Elliott get the full strength from your food, ward Baker, a boy of 15, and prob- Circuit Court during which the Louisa feel well an'l strong, free from bloatably fatally wounded Rufus Baker, 45, troops of the Kentucky National Guard ing, belching, food repeating, etc. Big the boy's father, during an argument were on duty In Elliott county, 00 per box costs costs only a trifle with your at the store owned by the Bakers at cent were violations of the liquor laws, druggist's guarantee. the Coleman mines on Straight Creek, according to a report ot the grand Jury seven miles north of here. Rooney received by Governor Morrow from entered the store. It Is alleged, and Judge Allen Cisco, who said the term was flourishing a revolver. He was was the most successful and satisfac told to put the weapon away. Instead tory ever held in Elliott county. of doing so he began shooting. Five Among those Indicted were the sheriff minutes after the shooting Constable nnd county Judge, the former being In Andy Smith had Rooney In custody. jail for six days for failure to execute Ho was 'placed in jail. a ball bond. Age-HeralGrove-Pleasa25-tect 5. right-of-way $75,-000, -- Foolish Question. In a neighborhood where "wnr gardens" were very popular there are still many of them because they still sara families many dollars. Harry, who was eight yenrs old. was hard at work hoeing the young onions, when the woman next door asked: "TIarry, Is your mother home?" Harry stopped and leaning on his hoe, replied: "Mrs. S you don't think that I would be working like this if my mother wasn't home?" 2J Hi if PALMER'S LOTION in It Acid Stomach for 10 Years Earnestly Praises four-minu- te 20,-00- 1 Asthma Long-Fe- lt Want. "Are you Interested In crude petroleum?" asked the suave caller with an oil prospectus In his hand. "Not A all," said Mr. Clipping, "but rm Interested In a popular "Gasoline. If you can tell me bow to buy It at 15 cents a gallon, or less HI talk buslnsss." Birmingham Age-Heral- d. "What Is that,, sir?" A price mark looks all right on most anything but a man. al- Japs Pay American Agents. Topeka Stores Raided. Washington. Japanese In Honolulu Topeka, Kan. City and county aufinanced representatives of the Amerthorities united In raiding 35 Topeka ican Federation of Labor who came to Washington to oppose the resolution stores where, it whs suspected, cigarfor the relief of the labor shortage In ettes have been sold In violation of the law. Officials the Islands by admitting Chinese la- state borers. Wllmot Chilton and George that cigarettes fount In busiWright, testifying before the House ness houses would be confiscated as Immigration Committee as the repre- evidence. About 70 policemen particsentatives of the Honolulu Central La- ipated In the raids, which came withbor Council of the American Federa- out warning. Two office) s were astion of Labor, admitted that the Jap- signed to ench drugstore clgnr shop, anese had financed their trip to Wash- pool hall and other business liouso. ington. suspected of selling cigarettes. nt Paducah. Charles Adams, 21, son Declares Charge Ridiculous. Riga. Prior to his departure for of President Charles Adams, of GeorgeBerlin Senator Joseph I. France, of town College, died ct Riverside Hospital of n fractured vertebrae after Maryland, personally accused Dr. Edfonr days of paralysis following a dive W. Ryan, American Red Cross ward into the Ohio RIer. Young Adams so Commissioner In the Baltic States, of twisted his neck that Ids spine snapped ns he straightened out in a dive. Comhaving Instigated the revolt at Kronstadt last winter. When questioned panions pulled hlra out and ha was concerning the Incident, Dr. Ryan rushed to the hospital. Slight hope for said: "The charge Is ridiculous. The lib recovery was dissipated when hi Senator must have been raving." begun to sink rapidly. Dr. and Mrs. American official representatives here Adams were at his bedside. Young also said that the accusation absolute Adams was the star Individual athlete of Georgetown College. ly was without basis In fact platform ono might have Imagined them ghosts of the great unwashed condemned to linger In sight of those lavatories they neglrctcd In their mortal life." Always Wanted One. I see a folding drum for orchestra musicians has been Invented that Is extended to full size by hinged ribs between the heads. Egbert That sounds good to me. Bacon What? Egbert A druri you can shut up. Bacon DEFECTIVES IN druggist for Ask been exceedingly careful In collecting 25 oenta and one dollar. Write for and promptly reporting money due the state," said State Inspector and Ex Northrop & Lyman Co.,Inc.,BuffaIo, N.Y. aminer Henry K. James In reporting to Governor Morrow on the condition of the offices of Fayette County. The only money collected by James In Fayette County was $117.23, which S. H. BUY FROM FACTORY and saw Lewis, county clerk, had failed to cob middleman profits. FREE illustrated catalogue mailed upon request. lect and report on mortgage recording tax. He handed his check for thht ELITE TRUNK FACTORY, SpogYa&r, EL amount to Mr. James. and attentive, to their duties and hava for the prompt relief of Aathma and your HayFever. It Frankfort "The circuit and county clerks and their deputies are faithful Remedy TRUNKS tAxe Your L'itcafi!! of domestic A newspaper depicts such a servant arriving at a French home, where the lady of the house exclaims In consternation, "But he does not know a word of French l "What shall we do?" "Do not hesitate a moment" save .the hfliban - "Learn Chinese at once sence The Lesser Evil. The yellow man has Invaded Paris as well as London, owing to the abhelp. LORE OF THE DANDELION It an old custom to blow the feath? ery petals of the dandelion away with The absent t message- for an decides lover. questhe also dandelion to whether there Is a tion a lovpr. whether he lives north, south, rr west and if he Is, coming. The f the flower is d'erpfrom the -- fiingaj J word, dent de Hoi a the Since anc poth. to - yr ,; some people; arekent bnsjvr other people's bu sines. . time being Farrlng-do- n street station, which a contemporary writer described as "a family vault on n large scale, with a series plant has been used for medicinal pur- of s Introduced Into It diagonposes. It was used as a remedy for ally for light and ventllntlon. The hipconsumption, dropsy, and Is believed to baths are lined with glazed tiles nnd, purify the blood. to keep their resemblance to their prototype, wo find the leakage drained oft Disliked Underground Railroad. nt the lower end Into a vessel someTho London "Underground" railway thing like a soap dish. A dense fog was thftfcgof all fjllwnys-ttravel filled the place when I was there, anil nderg'-jund. excluj waiting for their trains it was psLtlig-aon- lc ' opene wnnderlDg up and down the 'pc January 9, hip-batho at that THE ORIENT. lSjthe y There are 1,000,000 blind and at least 400,000 deaf In China. India has 500,000 blind. Nearly 5 per cent of the population of Cairo Is said to be physically defective, usually blind or half blind. The natives of he African jungle, Instead of being the lusty savages of Imagination, are for the most part physically below par. The majority of them are malnourished and diseased and marked physical defects are common. your refusal. 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If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia EL Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound will help you, write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., about your health. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Kid Reviver. "Baby wns taken III while you were out. ma'am," said the new nursemaid. "Oh, dear!" said the young wife. "Is lie hotter now?" "Oh. he's nil right now; hut he was bud nt first. He seemed to come over quite fnlnt; hut I found bis medicine in the cupltonrd " "Found his medicine! Good gracious! What have you given the child! There's no medicine in the cupboard." "Oh, yet., there Is, ma'am. It's written on It." And the girl produced a bottle labeled "Kid Itevlver." monial. this publish f.ct' as a testiMrsitOB-e- COPYRIGHT. Br RANDALL PARRISH MARIE GESSLER. Synopsis. In a New Tork Jewelry tore I'hlllp Severn, United States consular agent, notices a small box which attracts htm. He purchases It Later he discovers In a secret compartment a writing Riving- a clew to a revolutionary movement In this country seeking to overthrow the Chilean Government. The writing mentions a rendezvous, and Severn decides to Investigate. Finding the place mentioned In the writing apparently deserted, Severn visits a Baloon In the vicinity. A woman In the place Is met by a man. seemingly by appointment, ajid Severn, hts suspicions aroused, follows them. They go to the designated meeting place, an abandoned Iron foundry. At the rendezvous Severn Is accepted as one of the conspirators and admitted. He meets a stranger who addresses him as Harry Daly. The Incident plays Into Severn's hands and he accepts It His new acquaintance is a notorious thief. "Gentleman George" Harris. Concealed. Severn hears the girt he had followed address the conspirators. She urges them to hasten the work of the revolution. The girl discovers Severn listening. She accepts his explanation of hts presence and makes an appointment to meet him next da. He tells her his name Is Daly. Harris Informs him of a scheme he has to secure a sum amounting to Jl.000,000, the revolutionary fund, and offers to "split" with him. Severn accepts the proposition. Severn teams it was his new friend and a "Captain Alva" who had tost the box which started him on the trail. rt ASPip Name "Bayer" on Genuine CHAPTER VI Continued se he name Beware! Cnte " .'Si "Bayer" on pac! fs u are' not getting fcu-- ue z,erU' l by physicians for t years and proved safe by mii....3. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcncldester of Sallcyllcacld. t: "What hoteir "Search me. We'd been tanking up on champagne and were drunker In the morning than when we turned In. That's the honest truth. AH either of us wanted for breakfast was o cup of Blgon says "em." And then he pr- coffee. We got that at a little dump ofiled to say them correctly. on some side street, so as to brace up a little." He paused to laugh at the Important to Mothers recollection, helping himself to a third Examine carefully every bottle of cigar. CASTOUIA, that famous old remedy "And you actually retnln no knowltor infanta and children, and see that it edge of where you spent the night?" "Not the faintest gllmuer. Can you Signature beat It? Alva lost part of a letter In Use for Over SO Tears. somewhere, and a curious sort box Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria he bad picked up In Chinatown.of He put them both In his pocket, so he The Best Politics. says,but that was the last he ever T)o you think a practical politician saw of either. Queer looking box that cat- afford to place patriotic duty was; nothing I cared about, but It nr.five personal JnterestsT cost the guy a hundred bucks, and he fHe can't afford to do otherwise," was daffy over It. Anyhow, that night reified Senator Sorghum. "A pract- put roe solid with Alva." ical- politician Is one who succeeds In "But the money? He's never drawn getting elected; and the voters out my way liaven't any use for a man who ltr "Not a dinky red. He claims the his country." doesn't time hasn't come yet, and that It's safer with Krantz. But I've stuck to Motion Pictures to Save Birds. There are now 120.000 enthusiastic blm like a brother and he's took me in Australian members of the Gould with his gang, so now I know every League of Bird Lovers, which has move that's going on. I'm on the Inbranches throughout the common- side, all right, and now It's beginning wealth. One way of educafl-- - rnung to get hot." "They are ready to act?" Australians to care for. tl - n ve hj birds Is by the use of speclu 5.;; that's what the meeting was s of aout "tonight" pictures and by united gath "What are they after ships?" the Wild Life Preservation st ety of "Well, they've got to have some, but Australia and the Children d New South Wales Gould league. The pur- mostly arms; then there Is a guy down pose of the society and the league Is there who's got to be croaked. I don't to obtain uniform laws for the protec- care what It Is; when the time comes tion of animals and birds, and to cul- they won't find a handful of change tivate that sound public opinion which to act with. I'm some patriot, I am, Is more effective than any law. and Til put a bigger crimp In their sails than the whole United States Inevitable Study. government secret service." "Do you put much study on your "But see here, Harris," soberly, "Invariably," replied Sen- "how do you know you are going to speeches?" ator Sorghum. "Every ieech ts going get this? Of course, I see the game to compel study at one time or anoth- the way you've mapped It out, but er. If you don't give careful consider- suppose Krantz pays In check, or draft. ation to your remark j beforehand, That spikes your gun." they're likely to keep you guessing foi "H 1, yes; but he won't I've sized years to come." up this man Krantz. He's In the game for" money.- He don't care who wins An Algerian tree yields a frull the d n revolution, for he gets his from which a soap can he obtained share out of the pot right away. He's with the aid of alcohol 01 water. playing the game secretly on bis own Get that? He expects it TULI 8TREAB account Kill All DAISY K.Y.K1LUS d:ssis anj may be a year, or perhaps two, before tOnttm ainbm, to. Wt.riJ.miwHl. wiw mmi be can cash In on the deal, but when It does come his share of profit will 1 be likely a hundred, thousand. That wci MHaviam beats bank Interest, and the old bird 1IRV ClLLEB Is willing to take the chance." daalaccr "Quite likely that's true; no bank KISOtD KuSsSjMS iKiLawIkljn, KZ, would finance such a project" "Of course not the djrectors would throw a fit Well, now, that kind of a guy, In on a raw deal like this. Is - He Couldnt Say 'Em. It wns Ora's first year In school, and Maurice, twp years the younger, looked on his brother with great admiration and awe for the many wonderful new things he Blgon, as he railed Ora for some unknown childish reason, was his Idol supreme. An aunt, visiting one day, asked Maurice whether he could recite the alphabet "No." he piped. "No, I can't say em. I can't say the A, B. Cs. But Blgon. he can say 'em. Eres the' way 8 "And then, of course, you hunted up Alva?" "The next morning, before nny bonk opened. I thought over It all night and got up a peach of a story. I needed It, too, for this Alvn wns a smooth guy. It too? some nerve to get him, but I knew, through Homer's memorandum, some things about him he never supposed was known up In this country; so when I sprung them, natural-like- , he quit being offish, and fro' me the glad hand." " o is he? A crank?" it by a d tl sight. He's a cap-W- iiithe Chilean army, military atssy at Washington, tache to In work. But he's Intrusted . really workiu erthrow the present Chilean government- - ce'Mn up a . 6 until revolution down therr ' must I was hlack in the f. ' e got have kept within bound ' . to liking me real welt. He and I put him on things In New York he had i." been steered against before. Tliiti made a hit with. him. There .wasn't nothing said about cashing up all day long, and early the next morning we breezed into a downtown hotel, and went to bed." f . ' high-rolle- r, going to play safe, Isn't ho? He Isn't going to Ionve nny evidence lying nromul to hung himself with nny tlrnfts, or chocks to pass through the hnut-eNot on your life; ho Is too wily a fox fur thnt. Krnntz knew this wns coming, and he's boon cashing In for sir months or more to he ready for It. And now he's got the currency stored nwny, nobody knows where hut hlmsojf. When Alvn comes for It. It will be hnnilotl out secretly, and thnt old bird will crumple up the receipt In his pocket mid wait 1111 he enn cash in through those guys in London. So now It's up to us to locate the dough; we've got to separate It from either Krantz, or Alvn I'm for Alvn." "Why?" "Because the Job looks easier. He's humnn nntl no money grubber. He's Just ns liable ns not to enrry the whole wad nround with him; d n It. I think that's Just what he will do. for he won't dare deposit such n sum anywhere. That's why I hnve Inld back so long, without attempting to strike I'm banking on the nrmy captain to offer me n soft thing. What do you say?" I had the whole story now In a nutshell nnd It was one to think over. Thnt Harris had played his enrds well was sulllclently evident. Now I must be fully as cnutlous In playing mine. I felt the fellow had given me his full confidence; actually believing me to he Daly, nnd on the same trail with him; desiring to use me In whnt wns probably the biggest Job of his life, he had been led Into the Indiscretion of confiding to me the full truth of his scheme. If I kept thy bond nnd nerve. I had It In my power to block everything nnd thus bring the whole gnug to swift Justice. I renllzed the danger of such an nttempt, the Immediate peril of endeavoring to accomplish this nlone, yet at the moment perceived no other way. ' I must remain Daly and appear eager to obtain my share of the spoils. "A slick piece of work, Harris," I admitted admiringly, "and so far as I can Judge you have figured out the chances about right. They look good. I'm with you, old ronn shnkel" Our hands clasped. "That Is whnt I thought you would say, Harry," more familiarly. "Come on now and drink with me." I put the stuff down, rather feeling the need of It, and desiring to establish our intimacy more closely. "Then that's settled, George yes. HI have another cigar. By the way," - I lit up, "there was another thing anted to ask you about. You said (here was a woman here from Washington. What's the tdea?" "D n It I know, but I guess It's all right Still I don't quite cotton to the dame. This Is how I get It from Alva. Those Junta fellows the big ones, you know think this New York bunch Is pretty slow; they want some nctlon for their money. So Senor Mendez. who seems to be engineering the deal, decides to send somebddy over here to stir up the criminals. But he's watched every minute; secret service men are as thick as flies, and if one of his underlings wns to leave for New York, he'd never get ten feet without being spotted. Mendez Is wise to thlsa so he gathers In privately a skirt he believes Is all right, and sends her. It's not a decent Job for a woman, and that's what makes It safe. He made a good guess, too; that female Is as smart as a steel trap. She gave me thcold shivers." "You don't think she suspects you?" "No, I don't; there ain't no reason why she should; but she gave me the once over, all right, and I am perfectly willing to know she Is on her way back to Washington. I never did play In any luck with a woman In the game perhaps that's what makes me afraid of 'em." "What's her name?" "Gessler, so Alva said Marie Gess-ler- ; South American, I suppose; anyhow, she talked that language like a native. I steered clear of her most of the time. Somehow she got my goat. However, that's nothing to worry over." He glanced nt his watch. "The dame's safely off by this time. What do you say let's go home." I signified my willingness. As we passed out together through the narrow passage, extinguishing the lights behind us, the one overpowering desire In my mind was to be once more, alone, so as to think over, and piece together as best I might this fabric of villainy with which I was confronted. The situation was fairly clear, yet there were strange lights and shadows In it I found hard to Moreover, what should 1 reconcile. do? How could I serve best by Immediately telling my story to the officers of the law, and thus washing my hands clean? or by continuing to enact the role of Harry Daly, and In this way entrapping these fellows I had had fully enough of nnd darkness behind ttt. rlosed tightly, secured bj a night tntcli. nnd i' stood iiiiitlonloss in ttc By that time drizzle. with ii Miggoxtloti. but by pmd fortune bo took the iiiitlatixo. "Wo bettor stl out of bore nlone, I reckon," bo whispered. "I'll go up liK way. mill then you tnko a sneak through the lumber yard. I.lkcJy we'll I'utrb the sumo car going down. If we don't, look me up nt Costlgnn's pHtco you know where that Is?" "Sixth avenue, Isn't It?" "Sure. Ask for l'nrker, and It will he nil right. If I nin't In, leave n note whore I can hunt you up. I got to keep my oyo on Alvn tomorrow, so bo don't got nwny with the stuff." "You o.xpoot blm to draw?"- "Not before night ; hut, Just the same, want to know for sure. You wnlt bore live minutes, for I've got the longest trip to make. You'll show up nil right?" "You can't lone me; It looks too good." He chuckled and patted me on the shoulder In nn excess of friendliness, evidently fooling to some extent the whisky he bad boon Imbibing so freely, "That's the tulk. Daly. Well so long." He slipped out through the gate Into the dark of the alloy, leaving It slightly njar for me to follow. I sheltered myself behind the high board fence and listened to the soft slush of his feet In the mud. The sound vanished, nnd all uboiit wns silence nnd darkness. I walto, mly long enough to be sure be was afoly out of the way, and then followed, eager to be off. One tiling was certain, I would make no effort to Join him on the car; I would use the remainder of the night to decide the future, working out the problem nlone. To make certain that I avoided nny possibility of encountering the fellow again, I passed directly through the deserted lumber yard before emerging upon Gans street. This thoroughfare was nt this hour desolate enough, not n light showing In the houses, or n moving figure visible as far ns I could see in the dimness of the street lamps. The ruin was steady, the shimmering with moisture, tin only sound the pattering of the drops as they fell. If any policemen were abroad I snw no signs, ami, with collar turned up to my ears. I chose to wnlk rather than seek the block to the east and the possibility of a street car. The fnctory district ended In n row of houses, dark nnd silent nt this hour, but the walking wns good, nnd I pushed forward briskly, so hurled in thought ns to become practically Insensible to the unpleasant surroundings. The night hud been n full one, far exceeding my expectations, yet left me more puzzled than ever ns to my own duty. So far I knew of no net of crime with which these men could be connected; they were merely proposing n future attack on n neu tral government If, however. I con-- ' sentexl to piny my part with Harris. I would not only be In ample time to circumvent any danger Alva and his gang might contemplate, hut also gain ample evidence for their conviction and expulsion from this country. In addition to this I would be In position to block the daring plans of this Inter national thief. Altogether It seemed to me thnt the wiser course for me to pursue was to wait, and wntch. ready to act nt any moment, hut keeping my own council until certain that the specific moment hnd arrived. Nor was I oblivious to the strahv impression left upon me by my encounter with Marie Gessler. She bad Interested me oddly, and I could not drive her memory from my thoughts. Our moment of conversation hnd been pecullnr, and her words "and actions remained as n constraint. Why had she stood there, her hand on the door, and talked to me In thnt mocking way? Hnd she a purpose, an aim? Did she believe my explanation? or wns her suspicion aroused Into a determination to verify it In some wny? Although I could not decide, yet doubtless the latter theory was the most probable. That was why I had been pledged to call at "247 Le Compte Street" nnd nsk for "Miss Conrad." This was the same place where Harris had secretly met Krantz. Evidently It was another headquarters for these precious vlllnlns. Once there, nnd safely In their power, the truth of my Identity could easily be established. Was that her Idea? It'lico 1 1 OLD MYSTERY OF THE SEA TELL 'EM TO SEE ME, SAYS TOWNS EASY TO KILL Bj tiling tlis CiaulM SimdaySchool T fBy ItKV. P. n. F1TZWATKK, P., Teacher of English Illblr In the Mowly u.ble Institute of Chlraco.) U.'l, Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson l. AND What Became of Fine Liner President Which Disappeared In the Year 1841? Among the modern sea mysteries none Is more baflllng than the vanishing of Uie liner President In 184L The vessel wns the latest word In luxurious ocean travel, having but lately been launched. And that day In March when she sailed from New 1'ork for Liverpool every vessel In the North river paid tribute to her size and superiority. She was 2GS feet long and of 2,300 tons. Early In April reports began to lilter Into America from Liverpool that the President had not arrived, and as the days sped on far Into the summer the agony of suspense on both sides On her passenger the ocean grew. list hnd been the names of many prominent persons, among whom were the celebrated comedian, Tyrone Powers, George G. Cookman and the duke of Devonshire. A few more than 100 passengers were aboard the President T (. LESSON FOR AUGUST PAUL IN ICONIUM 14 LYSTRA. LESSON TKXT Acts U.l-CiOI.IJKN TEXT Thnu Shalt worship the Ixird thy God. and lllm only Shalt thou aerte. Matt. 4:10. REFERENCE MATERIAL Matthew 10:16-J- !. ' ple JUNIOR TOnC-Pau- l's Narrow Escape at Lystra. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Early Advrnturrs In Asia Minor. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPip Examples of Paul's Missionary Methods. I. Paul and Barnabas Preaching at Iconium (vv. As to their work In Icoulum observe : I. Their manner of preaching. This Is suggested by the Utile word "so" In er.M- - 1. They "so" pnke that a great multitude believed. They were true preachers. Only that whl'-- brings conviction of sin and induces decision for Christ can be truly said to be preaching In the biblical sense. The same Is true of the Sunday school teacher. Let every Sunday school teacher nt all times have us his supreme aim to bear the gospel of Christ so as to Induce decision for Christ. II. Their attitude toward opposition. This is suggested by the word "therefore" In verse 3. "Long time therefore they tarried." The opposition did not prevent their preaching, but Incited them to continue preaching. Christian workers should leurn not to give up work because of opposition. 3. The Lord accompanied their preaching with miracles (v. 3). Since the opposition was so tierce, special help of the Lord was needed. 4. The effect of thtflr preaching (v. 4). The multitude of the city was divided. Where men faithfully preach the gospel there will he division. II. Attempt to Worship Paul and Barnabas as Gods (vv. 1. The occasion (vv. the healing of the lame man. God's gracious power exhibited In healing this lame man occasioned a new dltllculty. That which ought to have been a help was The man turned Into a hindrance. was a continued cripple. He had never wulked. He heard Paul's preaching, which caused faith to be born in his heart (ltom. 10:17). When Paul perceived that he trusted Christ, he called with a loud voice that nil could hear for the man to stand upright. The cure wns Instant, for lie leaped up and walked (v. 10). There was no magnetic touch, no treatment, only the command, and the naturally Impossible became the possible and the real. 2. The method (vv. They called Barnabas Jupiter and Paul Mer cury, because he was the chief speaker. The priest of Jupiter brought oxen Htid garlands ready to offer sacrifices unto those men (v. 11). If they had only known, in the person of Jesus Christ God had actually appeared to men (John 1:14; Phil. 2:7, 8). 3. Their efforts frustrated (vv. This foolish act was happily averted by the tact of the apostles, as exhibited In the address of the occasion. (1) They deny that they are divine beings and declare that to worship beings with like passion to them (2) They direct selves Is criminal. them to turn away from these vain things unto the living God who made heaven and earth and has ever left witness of Himself In thnt He has always done good, giving rain and fruitful seasons, filling their hearts with gladness. III. The Stoning of Paul (w. Wicked Jews from Antloch and Ico nium pursued Paul with relentless hate to this place, where they stirred up the very people who were willing to worship them a little while ago. This shows that satanlc worship can soon be turned Into satanlc hate. This hatred took form In stoning Paul and dragging him out of the city for dead. God raised him up, and with undaunted courage he pressed on with his duties as a missionary bearing the good tidings to the lost Soon after this Paul turned bnck and revisited the places where he had preached, telling them that through great tribulation they must enter Into the kingdom of God. IV. The Organization, of Churches In the Field (vv. Evangelization with Paul did not mean a hasty and superficial preaching of the gospel but the establishment of a permanent work. Elders were nppolnted In every church. The work of the missionary Is not done until there nre established on the field and churches. ). 14-1). l'UIMARV TOriC-ra- ul Heals a Crip- Whether the President foundered some violent gale, was sunk or crushed by Icebergs, or was destroyed by lire, no mnn to this day has been able to tell, for not even a splinter of wreckage was ever reported seen. In well-to-d- o Paradise of the Hunter. Kamchatka forms a peninsula at the extreme southeastern termination of the great Siberian continent Game is pursued by the Inhabitants all the year round except In May, June and July. Sable trapping Is a favorite pursuit of the native hunter, the skin of this little animal being accepted as the gold currency of the peninsula. The business of buying and selling Is carried on with the natives through middlemen Siberians, Chinese and Kamchadals who, while faithfully serving their masters, make a fat living out of It for themselves. A On WrctIonlnXSlarBclnT,rTJEP-- . . Rmti. Mle. Cnckroacb, AM ud of (U tool led property and Ira cantar Hlnrtrls Put font theaa peni to TU 8tra air. "Every time I sit down to a Juicy from tb bnlldin for--w&tr and frviknfaUl." Mont? back If Uonil U. 8. Government bay J U steak now I give thanks to Tanlac for taking me off that milk and mush diet I had to live on for a year," said Joseph It 'Towns, the and popular proprietor of the Sanitary Meat Market, of Marshall. Mich. "I had stomach trouble of the worst sort and was going down hill so fast I thought I would have to give up my business. I was so nervous Known and worried I dreaded to see night come, as It meant little for me and then In the morning I was so fagged out I dreaded to go to my market "The money I spent for Tanlac was the best investment I ever made. I never dreamed a medicine could do the work It did for me. Three bottles was all I needed to make me as sound as a dollar. 1 never felt better or more like working In my life than I do right now. I eat anything I want, my ftomach Is In good shape and I am brimful of energy. I sleep all night without turning over and get up In If you are troubled with pains or the morning as happy as a boy. "Not only has Tanlac made me feel aches; feel tired; have headache, fit and fine, but I have also gained indigestion, insomnia; painful pastwenty-fiv- e pounds in weight If any- sage of urine, you will find relief in body wants to know more about what I think of Tanlac let them come Xo me and I will be glad to tell them. It certainly hasn't an equal." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement IL.-well-know- n Every Time 1 Sit Down to a Juicy Steak Now I Give Thanks to Tanlac, He Declares. V READY N(ELECTRIC PASTE THA3T TRAPS STEARNS' r KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO as "that good kLncT cIry it and you will know why DON'T DESPAIR COLD MEDAL GAVE VILLAGE SECOND NAME veritable paradise for the hunter, Kamchatka contains big-gabig-hor- n reindeer, caribou, mountain sheep (Ovls nlvtcola), the great gray wolf and many varieties of bear, all In quantities unknown, says an exchange, In any other quarter of the globe. Antiquity of Porto Rico. Ethnologists have reason for thinking that Porto Rico and the adjoining Islands may have been peopled from the valley of the Orinoco Instead of from Yucatan. When first occupied by man Porto Rico may have been a part of a peninsula connected with South America. Its fauna and flora nre of the South American type, and It contains relics of a forgotten race which show evidence of a high grade of culture. Few traces of these abor Iglnes are now to be found except In the Interior of the Island. Among the curious remains are plazas, on which ceremonial dances were performed. The remains of carved Idols and pottery show no small degree of skill and taste. No traces of stone buildings resembling those of the Mayas are found, but the houses are of the South American type. stone-enclose- d Boy's Rejoinder to Puzzled Tourist Responsible for Distinction Enjoyed by Kentucky Hamlet "A village In my state," says a Kentucky representative, "had for many years the unique distinction of possessing two names. It received the second but more popular name In this The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder nd uric add troubles and National Remedy of Holland tinea IMS. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for tla Duns Sold Mada! eat and accept no imitation BED-BUG- nfy tos PESKY S P. D. Q. P. D. Q. Rills Ked Bogs, Kaacfce Ants and Their Ecss As WeB A S cent paekare maiea one quart enough to kill a. minion, and contains a patent epont free, to get them In the places. Tour DrngEUt baa It or can ret It for Ton. or mailed ore- hard-to-ret-- at way: "A stranger who had lost, or thought he had lost, his way, found himself at a point on the turnpike where two cottages, ramshackle a blacksmith and an Incognito postoffice stood. The only human being In sight was the traditional barefooted boy. "'Boy,' said the stranger, 'can you tell me how far It Is to Orapgeburgl "'Mister,' cald the youngster,, with wttilrable sententlousness, "you're plum sock In It' "And Plum Sock It became and remained." Exchange. A Lady of Distinction Is recognized by the delicate fascinating Influence of the perfume she uses. A bath with Cutlcura Soap and hot water to thoroughly cleanse the pores, followed by a dusting with Cutlcura Talcum powder usually means a clear, paid on receipt of price by tba OWL. CHEMICAL. WORKS. Terra Haute, In Genuine P. D. Q. Is neTer peddled. NO LOSS IN THAT VENTURE Darky Got More Out of Garden Than Ever the jOwner Was Lucky Enough to Get Not long ago a couple of negroes who had long before been neighbors In a southern state rather unexpectedly met In Philadelphia: Of course. they talked of old times In the South ' Mn.i.Aj. i "How 'bout dat truck garden, Joel When I left )ou had Jest taken It over. Did It pay?" "Well." said Joe. "I didn't haTe noth- I ing to complain "bout" "I alwn- - j had a mighty pore opinion ' " .i truck garden," continued Jarty. "Von remember I oefore you got it that you e.r woulu ' vjr money back. 'iney back," re "But I dly did"You don't Bay sot" "1 shore does." continued the other. "I got the rent out of It and that's what the owner never got I" Philadelphia Ledger. The Apple of Eden. From time Immemorial the apple has been blamed for being the cause of man's downfall In the garden of Eden. We have even gone sd far as to call our Adam's apple by that name In memory of the Incident As a matter "f fact the word apple does not appear In that part of Genesis treating with the Garden of Eden, the "fruit of the tree" being the words always use,d. The fallacy arose from the fact thnt the word apple has In many languages the general meaning of fruit and that before an English translation of the Bible was permitted the story was Incorrectly spread by Ignorant churchmen, and thus took root too deeply to be eradicated. sweet healthy skin. NOTHING NOVEL ABOUT THAT Old Joe Had Tried "Electricity" and Found It Was No Cure for Rheumatism. Old Joe Carter bad suffered from rheumatism until, he declared, be had "no patience with It," buF be was al ways eager to hear of possible reme dies, and when his sister In Mobile wrote that she knew of a cure that had been tried with great success, and would tell all about It on her next visit, old Joe was all excitement ' "Now, Mary!" he exclaimed to his sister, eagerly, a few minutes after she ha reached the house, "you-al- l tell me 'bout dat cure for rheumatism 1 I was so anxious I could hardly wait fo' yo' to git heahl" "Well, Joe." began the sister, "it's electricity and " Before she could continue Old Joe turned the ' 1 ma-that garden than, the .i v '.t "j owut-te- r Potent He hugged her In the shadowy hall- way. "Oh," she giggled breathlessly. "I never realized the power of the press until this moment" American Legion Weekly. An Exception. exceptionally pleasant when you get him In a reminiscent mood." "Not always. He was In such a mood the other day and he recalled a loan of $5 be bad made me." Boston Interrupted : "Jones Is "De Idea, Mary, of yo comln heah suggestln' dat to me! Don't yon-al- l remember dat only last summer I was strucked by lightning, and it didn't Philadelphia do me no goodt" Ledger. Got Them, Anyway. The eccentricities of scientists are like those of artists, says Dr. Charles F. Baldwin of the United States public health service. There Is, for Instance, the classic example of Dr. Elle Metchnlkoff of the Pasteur Institute, who became famous for the discovery bacillus of long life, of the the microbe which makes buttermilk sour. The doctor yas. quite naturally. Tery particular about grapes and he was so careful that he washed each grape separately In his water glass. Then he drank the water in which he had washed them. Philadelphia Ledger. For Vienna's Needy. In order to aid the hungry people of plan has Vienna a been devised by a practical man, Peter Weston, and approved In principle by the three leading political parties and government officials. It would set up a central administrative bureau to acquire and distribute land and provide building material for standardized homes. The colony Is to be established near Vienna, and each house fc to have a garden of at least 500 square meters, while larger form holdings also form part of the plan, for the execution of which the state is asked to appropriate 10,000.000,000 crowns. The scheme Is now under consideration by the government of mixed metaphor an was relating his experience somewhere over there. "IH say It was some battle. I was np In the air for the time being with my back against the wall, but I resolved to die In the ditch rather than yield an Inch, so I continued to advance regardless of the Jerries who were pressing me from the rear." Hartford Times. Speaking Humor In Humidity. The easier It gets to stick to the office chair literally, the harder It Is to stick to It figuratively. Boston TranA Mixed Metaphor. The Silver Dagyrl Transcript. Fitting. "I see where they christened some destroyers with cider." "I suppose that was to pledge them always to be In apple-pi- e order." Bi tlfflnre American. (TO BE CONTINUED.) UhNIES CROW IS ALL BAD Bird That May Be Said to Have Few Friends Finds a Defender In Eastern Writer. Volumes hnve been written about the crow, remarks L writer In the He Is Christian Science Monitor. rw Flies! sSsK&HB anatrt3. Guticura Soap Is Ideal for 2S famous yes, and Infamous, to not a few of his biographers. Thus he resembles Napoleon. Further, he resembles Napoleon In his complete, his cosmopolitanism, and his The crow Is our composite, or Ideal bird. He is typical of the class aves. Frequenting our average or general environment and climate, he has adapted himself to the requirements of that average surrounding In an manner He Is about a mean proportional In size between the bumming bird and ostrich. He can fly enough, walk enough, wade enough. piA beak Is long enough, strong enough, round enough, curved enough, so that little which Is food his efforts at utilization. He does not object to hot summers, wet springs, Harris for the present. His boastful-nes- s dry autumns, and Icy winters. And, In and pride of crime disgusted me. line with this almost Grecian equilibI had no desire to be associated with rium of faculties, experts studying his the fellow, or pretend, even for a economic status have at length conworthy purpose, to be his companion. cluded that his virtues about balance bis shortcomings in th' field also. Yet, all this had happened so suddenly nnd unexpectedly I could not deNo Real Excuta for Moods., termine the best course to pursue. I Many mean things are done in the remained dazed and confused, the only clear decision being an eagerness family, for which moods are put forto bring him, and these others also; to ward as an excuse, when moods themselves are the most Inexcusable things Justice. We were the last to leave the place, of all. A man or woman In tolerable and emerged from the building Into health has no moral right to Indulge the deserted yard, leaving all In si- - in moods. J. G. Holland, many-sidednesd de-fl- His Reason. "Why do you occupy two seats?" asked the straphanger. "To even things up," answered the grumpy man. "Hair the time I uont get any seat at all." Boston Tran- Countries Rich In Timber. Guatemala and Honduras are rich In woods and timber. The forests are at because practically untouched, present Inaccessible. Lumber Is largely sawed by hand. During 1919 $37,-00-0 worth of lumber waJ Imported Jud Tunklns. Into Guatemala, most of It being Jnd Tunklns says so long as buildsouthern pine flooring and dimension ing Is so expensive he wishes carlumber. penters wouldn't throw so many nails around to be carried oT In bis autoSponge Fisheries Active. mobile tires. Six hundred men are employed la sponge fisheries at Tarpon Springs, the script. Most men are too modest to admit the size of their faults. Fla. CINCINNATI MARKETS. script Knew Bricklnyer you Boy Scout Bricklayer wot 'appened don't yer? The Complexion See? HOT ENOUGH Congressman TO FRY EGGS Proves State- Sc. OiatM ui 58e, TtfcsaXe. a Langley ment Truo as Regards Capitol Steps. the MM I BaaMDuarmff-(tt0ptK&frfUBav m HAIR BALSAM ur.iMi Bftsty to torn aed Cny KM DERCORNS all tmB,rmrmm eomtort r. FM nuivuriti VMOT UMI HM l I to win, John 1" "You Washington. Representative Joseph C gasped Lets Children Marry. Prlngty of Oklahoma, as he mopped Kansas City. Mo. M. F. Bnrch, lost a wager to his brow and father of 15 children, appeared bore John W. Langley of Probate Judge Sims and applied for ' hat that it was hot enough a license to permit his thirteen-year-oldaughter, Goldle, to be married to on, 'the steps of i the capltoh to frjit-ggKen-tuck- y. Prlngey asserted It could not be done. Langley obtained a patr of eggs from the house restaurant and started The frying was his culinary task. slow but when Langley fllppefl the eggs over and spoiled a "sunny side up," Pringley admitted he had lost Jerry M. HInes, twenty-fouThis will be the second marriage of young members of the Bnrch family. A fifteen-- , year-ol- d son, John, married, Carmen U Elliot thirteen years of r. Housing Shortage Hits Rome. Rome. Rome is suffering from lack of house room quite as seriously as does any Amer'can city. Congestion r.i. s d has reached tin point where large families have to be crowded Into ona room. Rome Is today hi need of 43,000 more rooms. Hebrew History. Hay and Grain. 'Op It we can't 'ave Corn No. 2 White Ctc, No. 3 white that trumpet round' ere. No, 4 white 0162c, No. Why? 3 yellow G2G24c. No. 4 yellow 00 "Taln't safe you know Clc, No. 2 mixed G2HC3c. to the walls of Jericho, 'Sound Hay Timothy per ton $18.50 20.75. clover mixed $18. No. Wheat No. 2 red The Puzzle. 8 red ?L20SL21. No. 4 red $1,170 know," said Blngs, "y' know 1.10. what puzzles mel" Butter, Eggs and Poultry. "Naw; what?" Inquired JIngs. Butter Whole milk creamery extras "I c'n never figure out which end be sorry for, when a man's exerclsln' 4Gc, centralized extras 44c, firsts 39c, fancy dairy 33c. a pet dog on a lead chain." Eggs Extra firsts 33c, firsts 31c, ordinary firsts 26c. Sport Writing on Society Events. Ed I see Myers, our baseball exLive Poultry Broilers 2 lbs and pert got In bad' when he wrote up over 2oc, 1 lb and over 25c, fowls 4 lbs and over 23c, under 4 lbs 1913120c, thnt society wedding. Bill Yes, he continually referred roosters 14c to the bridegroom as "the main guy Live Stock. of the show." Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.50 9, fair to good ?G7.50, common to His Desperate Pledge. fair 54 6, heifers, good to choice $t30S.5O. fair to good $o6, common said earnestly. "Marry me," he "And If I do," she replied, "nha; to fair $3.50 5; canners $12, stock heifers $45, stock steers $56.. promises will you fulfill?" Calves Good to choice $11110, "Be my wife," he cried, "and I prom Ise you that I will never ask you' fair to good $7011, common and father to get a Job for me." Detrol large $46. Free Press. Sheep Good to choice $535.50, fair to good ?2.505, common $12, lambs, Changed Hands. good to choice $111L50. fair to good "Ill bet this is the same steak $7.50(510.50. made you take back yesterday." Hogs Heavy $105(310."5. choice Waitress Oh, no, sir; the man a packers emd butchers $10.75 11. meway got ths dium $11, common to choice heavy the table across the fat sows 57(33. light shippers $11.5cl one. i pigs (110 lbi tad leu) 63C3c Mental butterflying at 2 a. m. A great indoor sport for thoughtless people One of the surest ways to become physically Incapable of doing your best work is to get only snatches of sleep broken by disturbing dreams. If your sleep is being Tit-Bit- T ?13li4. let Nature restore your coffee-irritated and bring you sound, refreshing sleep. nerves, f tea or coffee, you maybe sowing the seeds of a nervous breakdown. Do not wait until your nerves are affected by the drugs, thein and caffeine, in tea or coffee. Protect your strength, vitality and endurance. disturbed by drinking Postum is wholesome and acts in a normal way. It possesses the advantages of a hot drink, without the ill effects of tea or coffee. Drink Postum for a week or two. See what a difference it will make in you I Have sound, restful sleep, and wake refreshed and fit for any task. Postum, the delldous cereal beverage, with its golden-brow- n and ccSee-lft- a taste, will richness forms; Instant Pea mm On tins) mada Instantly In tha- cup by the addition of bofltaj water. Postum Cereal (la packages of larger bulk,'foT those who prefer to malca tha drink while tha xnaal la being prepared) mad by boning for 20 tmautee. - "There's a Reason." P o turn comes in two At all grocers. f$lL 1 i- - 2 I; fife t As fnr hack as authentic history relatives nt Seymour, Ind. We wish to thonk the pood people goes, the Island or lirent Hrllaln, iMKGSVILLE. - - - - KY. Leslie Horseman of Winchester of Salt Lick for their kindness dur- comprising KiiRlaml, Scotland now and Published Weekly, was here Stindnv. ing the sirkness and death of our Wale--, was inhabited. In the year .v II. C the Houiun general, Julius Entered according to act of Condear 1ft tie daughter, Mary. , crossed over from tlaul, now gress, at the Owingsrille, Ky., Pod SALT LICK A precious one from us has pone, France. m:d with u small army reoffice as 8eronil-rla- s matter. The famih of E. C. Kimhrell has mained fnr a short lime In the .southTHR OUTLOOK'S A voice we loved is still; ern pari of the Nand. lie returned moved hack frum Hazard and arc at rates are as follows: later, and as years went hy the HumA place is vacant in our homo One Tear $l."if the home of Mrs. KimhrcU's parent Which never can he filled. an dominated the greater part of near Moores Ferry. 7ft'- the southern anil middle portions of Six Months .... the Island. The lioinans wllhdreu AT VThree Months Mrs. iAiuie Crain Vorhies, of Ohio Put away the little dresses from Itrllaln In the year VM A. It. E. D. THOMPSON. is the puest of her hrother Cha. That our dnrlinjr used to wear, The liomans found in the isjatul a con Kentucky Crain and wife. Vlnosvllle. populalloti She will need them on this earth shlcruhle dhided into trihes or small nations, 'rini-- c In Hie Mrs. Elite Morris ot Chariest never, i THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1021 southern part, now called Kngland and dauphter Mrs. Ivan Mynes and Sli has climbed the Golden Stairs. were known as Unions. They were a little Ivan Jr., came the past week Celtic people akin to the Cauls, who For County Judge Her father "id mother, possessed the country now known as to visit relatives here. EWIXO CONXKK France. To a considerable extent the MR. and MRS WILL WARXER 3Jcv. fiodby and wife were called WelMi, certain elements of the poptiln For Sheriff to Lewis county by the death of Mrs. tlou of Cornwall. KttKland, and the NEW MACHINERY S. M. BSTILL. , Highland people of the north of Deputies: Aaron Fanning and Mnsm Godhy's mother, the past week. I have received and have now in are descended from these anWnlL-ltnrcfitiiitn .iti.1 tiiT cient I'.rltoiw. II. Botts. equipment an j operation Mrs. Callie Jackson Ilorennale mil y FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY lor shoe repatnnp, inelndinp mnchin-habOdors and Musical Notes. were callers here last Sundav . p D. W. DOnOETT and all It Is recorded erv for sewmp or , that the Khers from OwinpsviIIe. For COUNTY CLERK other kinds of work requiring sew papyrus gies a recipe for "pills to David Myers of Bethel was puest perfume the mouth and, according to COLE BARNES ine or stitehintr. All work done this ancient recipe, these pills conof R. L. Myers over Sunday. Deputies: Charles Bristow and Clif promptly and in first class manner. tained dry myrrh. Juniper. lnceno. A large crowd was in town last Hcndrix. Send your work in by parcel post mnstix hranclics and raisins that had Saturday, election day. been powdered and boiled with honey. For Tax Commissioner nnd receive it by return mail. A classic experimenter. Septimus Large crowds are attending thi. THOMAS L. JONES I'lesse, sought to establish a theory CLAY ROYSE. revival lteinp held nt Licking Union that among odors there existed a scale Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Belli-an- d by Bro. Elbert Cassidy Dinner c. or gamut. Just ns among sounds, Thos. Crouch, of Preston. There will be regular services at smells corresponding with high sharp notes the grounds next Sunday. For Clerk of Circuit Court. the Christian Church Sunday. Rev. and henry smells with low- notes. He Mr. and Mrs. Everett Razor, Mrs. classified about fifty odors, each one, EARLE B. THOMPSON W. S. Sanford, who once before visJ. P. Wright and son, Raymond vis- ited here will begin a protracted he said, corresponding to a certain For Jailer note. He argued that a bouquet, to ited nt Lewis Wright's at Forge Hil' CLAUDE STATOX. meeting nt the Christian Church he successful, should be made up of last Sunday. odors corresponding with the rhord of For Representative Mondav nipht. a musical scale. It wos a iiootlc and J. P. Wright left Saturday with VAN Y. GREEN. elaborate theory, but It never made of cattle for the Cincina car-loa- d ComThe State Game and Fish For Circuit Judge. much headwny In the world. Kansas nati market. Ewcll Wright left Sun mission will spend five thousand City Star. HENRY R. PREWITT. day morning with a ear-loa- d of dollars for quail to restock the For Commonwealth's Attorney. Den't Be a Tortoise. chickens for New York market. W. C, HAMILTON. state. The quail will be bought for We hue always had sympathy Mrs. Gene Hansen, Mrs. Rose spring delivery. for the hare which lost the race to MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT the tortoise. It was Just one chance Seeee and Mr. andMrs. W. J. Shouse H. T. MYERS In n million that the tortoise would ted Rev. Dawson and family ii Mrs. Susan Langley, 85 years old, win out. Any smart bare In such MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. Fayette county Inst week and report and mother of Congressman Lang a contest would decide that be had CnAHI.ES MYERS the condition of Bro. Dawson ns ley, died at her home in Prestons-bur- time for a nap; he would have been a fool- - hare to have burned out his much worse than when they moved strength In such a competition. That OLYMPIA from here a short time apo. This is he should oversleep was his misforMrs. Ed Carmchael, of Bethel, i: sad news to the many friends here Whether or t.ot ntnu women will tune. Of course it may he argued visitinp her sister, Mrs. Roh't Smith. of this excellent family. that he should have finished his in SatuT.liv's primary race first and done his napping afterfMrs. Minnie McClure, of Coviu., Ajhcavy downpour pf rain, fell hcje i?ile,'t'Rn 'ft .n specu- - wards. That Is the second "tiess. The maf.'?r Up was,.thf,-.PJ.''- point, wd' 'make' "Is that' a'nybodv tyjio f Relatives here! Sunday; afjepoon , breaking ,wp r enj- ilrtionuind 'utuelipnnioty. MmYtntetlie 'tortoise anW triisls'"io .. yu balgampj However the krain ..was mm l'u " ; ;". 'the bare failing Cusleep Is, 40,I!.K lo Mtp..4. .L. .f?own, and iJUildrn, f welcome, as It was the first good one' ' ""IsanV TlV6mp-on,!ofygitrt; Rbw-.i- lose Tnosr w'f the tliiiel 'it ''Isn't often Tenn., atfi spending a few days with this summer. county, was killed by falling the loafer on the Job catches the other fellow asleep. .her parentsMr., and .Mrs William tt in :i coal mine ;:t West Vir-- g jSwartz. LOCUST GROVE German Teacher's Record. :r ona dav lrst wek. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barnes of Thomas Dibdlu tells In his "Illhllo-matihi- " Miss Leona Gudgell spent from of a German pedagogue who Virpinia, and Mr. am: Mr. Friday till Monday with relatives in James Vanlandingham had for fit years prior to his death Lanry Cariey, f Hardy, Ky.'ore the Owingsville. Jns. Vanlandngham, aged 70 year superintended an Institution In Stiahtu guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jack with severity. From an Mrs. Willie Hcndrix and daughters died nt Ins home near Bethel Wedaverage Inferred by meaus of recordppii. (. Fans and Annie spent Sunday with nesday, August 3. He is survived by ed observations one of the ushers Born, Tuesday August 2, to Mrs. Nick calculated that In the course of bis Reid and family on East Fork. his wife nnd one son. Clay &bnltr, a dauphter which on' career Ills chief bod given !U.!"iOO callMrs Mollie Hcndrix s visiting. her ings, 121,000 Hoggings. LV.MHK1 lived a few hours. sister, Mrs. M. T. Hendrix at Slier Raymond Stpvlegar drew the $5.00 l.';,tKK) tips tvlth the ruler. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Donohew boxes on the ear and .',700 tasks burne. J,. D. Brother at Swan hat pi o and children, of Hazard, are ytstt-inWalter Crouch and family spent the picture shviv " t. Shields, Jr. .by heart. It was further calculated 'that he had made boys kneel on peas relatives here. Sunday with James Bailey and fam drew the. $10 rocker given by Shrout (00 times, kneel on a sharp edge of Mrs. J. B. Detn.is and little daugh ily on wood 0,000 times and wear a fool's Dry Ridge. Piper & Shrout. ters jnf. Lexington are tlte guests of cap 0,000 times. .Manchester GuarMiss Mattie .Lyons and brother, dian. iln.X. Walter, of near Bethel are visiting A majority of tli ways nnd meaus Derrit. Sw&rU who has been their Ilfrs, Scots Had First Macadam. uncle. Mason Rawljngs and fam eommttee of tlu l.cvcr hmiso of In Colorado with her son Charlie 0, Macadam roads are so common In fly. have agreed t., the elimination America that national pride may well Swartz. She came home WednesUpper and Lower White of the tar on fountain drinks and ice. lead us to look upon them as a domesday and reports Charlie improving. base-bal- l teams played Sat- cream. tic product. Hut John MacAdam was Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. McGuire urday. a Scot, resident In Ayrshire, where he The score was 4 to 3 in favor made his first experiments about 1814. of Carmen, Okla, are here the guests of Upper White Oak. SWINGLES FOR SALE. Five years later the first public roads of the tatter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mack Capp visited his sister, Miss T. R. RATLIFF, Oranpe Citv. tf. were laid with the pavement, and a J. J. Smith. grateful parliament awarded the InMary D. Capp who is teaching at ventor a grant of $."0,000. In IS'7, Jan.. Shrout and wife and Mrs. Lower White Oak. after the new pavement had been thorElla Hart and daughters Misses Vicoughly tested, MacAdam was made Ass 'Frequently Mentioned In Bible. toria, and Edna,. of Georgetown, in., surveyor general of all metropolitan The tuut famous dialogue In all hisODESSA tory is that recordod In the sixteenth roads In and about London, and the came, JJaJbarday.. to visit relatives Iamlts were weighed up to Omar chapter of Numbers, between the ass use of his method became general few:,. . . i... throughout the United Kingdom. Rogers Monday morning in these and Italaam. As will be remembered XLr,- - and Mrs. R. D. Salyer have the oss had much the better of the ar- - ! parts at 8c per pound. Ifcea,ia Middletown, 0., the guests Life Is a Day's Labor. gtinient. All through the Hlble one Jesse Anderson of Los Angeles. finds frequent mention of the ass, In every man's life we may read tJICrfSaJrer's brother Mr. and Mrs. Cal., came Sunday to visit relatives which at the present time In Palestine, some lesson. What may he read In K. B. Salyer. and the Near Kast generally, still mine? If I, myself, see correctly. It nju, frjends, ; ( plays; "as Smclently lt"tllrt, ah 'imporW this; "That one may ,hiive Rodnev Cosjg8D.lAn4,anij(l,Jiav.e happy tant part Innhe'tlTsnTrTlieli&ipIe. who laifif life oh" moved. Jajre from Galleghcr, W. Va. cheap" ' ahd:;eW" terms :" tT.at;,the es'-- " pains dn breeding the nnl-- i tA.beonuie Mr..Johp.,Prewjt, pf Greenup, Ey, fVlfl raring J he rvouiiK., t ner. parents s. a. .uarnell. aim .wire. harid'; "that otte's Own 'd'iior opens up- is visiting friends here. Allen Donaldson and wife of Flem on the wealth of heaven and earth Create an Atmosphere. c Mrs. W. R. Jackson and Mrs. J. ing county spent from Saturday till Why have a room copied from some ana that all things are ready to serve L. Gray attended a banquet given by Monday with Dallas Gudgell and old period room If you don't feel com-fo- and cheer one. Life Is a struggle, but the order of The Eastern Star at able In It? There are "too tnitnv net a warfare; It Is a day's labor, hut familv. '""Or n God's earth, nuder the sun good things In American furniture Olive Hill Monday. nnd nrt for ns to he nersiin.led ilmi i aQd stars with other laborers, where . Virgil Jones of ML Sterling was ! age and extense spell either comfort I we latt? ,llI"k 1,11,1 sl"R ni rejoice as I TOBACCO MEETING here Monday and took his little son Atmosphere, j we work. .lotm uurroughs. or artistic expression. On Saturday, August' 15 at 2 6'-- r which Is ,and daughter, Ruby and Yirgaline, w essential In oplc p. m. at the coutr-hous- e Protecting Big Trees. there and decorating of any home. Is pro- - . who have been visiting their grandof j An Ingenious California duced through a consideration v :U be a fratherinog of tobacco promother, Mrs. Katie Costigan, home. space, form, color and the character hns hit upon n novel scheme for keep-o- f Saturday night and Sunday will ducers of the county to organize (f or the men and women who are to live I"P ants from climbing his trees and his tigs. He has surrounded j nibbling be Brother Combs' regular appolnt-""tne- letter prices under the cooperative In the house. each Individual fig tree with a little svstem. While there will bo some good ' here. mont "n''11 u'" cement, which Is kept Keokuk Dam Largest In World. . leeches the meeting will be1 held to The Keokuk dam at Keokuk. Ia ' f"" of wn,cr- - Any ant so Imprudent decide a business problem for the the largest power dam In the world. ns to attempt approach Is certain to lie GRANGE CITY Is located at the foot of the Dcs drowned. The fig orchard being Forest Wllleroy and sister, Miss to'jacco raisers. Let's have a great Irrigation, the rapids. The rapids ore about P,le, wl,h w,,t,'r Leila have returned from Richmond meeting, such as are being held in all 12 miles long, and have a fall of 24 Problem of keeping the little circular ' mont nlled ofrers no difficulties. Virginia where they had been to at- the Barley counties. Corfe yourself feet. There ore 30 turbines and elec-and be sure to bring every man In trie generators, which produce a total tend the burial of their cousin, Cnas. The Retort Courteous. over 300,000 horsepower. The high your school district Talk and work of First Ijidy "I hope you didn't power transmission lines nin to variWflleroy. Miss Manila Call, of Lexington' it up this meeting that we may put ous cities In the Mississippi volley, mind my getting In front of von at furnishing Industries with power cre- the theater window. I was In such Visiting her father J. W. Call and business into our tobacco telling. ated by the Father of Waters. The a hurry had to catch a car." Sec- A- - W. WALDEN. I ond Lady "Not nt nil. As I always cost figure was 527.000.000. family. snv. If n nerson wnnts tn h n nlr I Ellis Fawns and wife, formerly of Wjlllnn. of Fox.Taiieit Monic.w iierer try to prevent them. I'm too Fire Fighting Apparatus Tested. ' Ewington left Sunday enroute ft South American countries have many ""rrr for the poor things being like Fire broke out Thursday in a specimens of the Illinois. monkey, mat. house occupied by Major Farrow That little animal has the peculiar The Ladies Aid sale an-- i Recipe for Good Memory. habit of uttering loud cries, as though social Saturday were we.i n'.tci.ded and Burl Kincaid and crew got into In pain, during the hour before sunItose. the garrulous domestic, can action with the engine and new rise and for nn hour following Funset, give you facts of history Internaand a financial success. right oft hev. Dan Murphy preached here chemical tanks in record time nnd the forests at such times resounding tional, dramatic, a scandalous hesitation. the bat without moment's notwithstanding the whole upper with the moitlroy walling. Sunday night. "How do you manage to remember nil these things, Itote?" Inqulivd her em- Miss Mary E. Waliingford of part of the building was in a roaring ployer the other day. Then Itose Last Battles. Flemingsburg began her school here blaze, within two minutes from tne The actual last battle fought In came bock with the Infallible rule for first stream of water, the fire was un- England was that of Sedgemoor, memory training. "I'll tell ye, ma am," Monday. Harlan Phelps has returned from der control and the large crowd that fought on July 0. 1C85. between the Fald she. "All me life never a lie I've told. And when ye don't have to be was present was left wondering what Insurgents, led by the duke of Monthe mountains. toxin' yer memory to be rememberln' mouth, and the troops ot King .Tames had put it out. II, Monmouth's force being cut to what ye told this one or that one or pieces. FORGE HILL The last battle fought In how ye explained this or that ye don't was that of Culloden, overwork It and It lasts ye, good as Miss Lucille Moore who has been Green Garrett, one of the hig men Great Britain new, forever." New 'Vork Sun. six miles from Inverness. Scotland, quite ill for the past three weeks is of the Kuntueky Highways Commis fought on April 10, 1740, between the ' plowlr improving! sionj-tolthe committee of the Bus- followers of Prince Charlie, the Stuart The Humanizing Influence. Mr. Multlklds Mrs. J. P. Wright and 'son, Eay-mon- d iness Men's Associat-- n that the Mid- pretendeV and the forces of the "I tell you. old fel crown led by the duke of Cumberlow. It does a man like you good t Mr. jjpd Mrs. Everett Razor land Trail would he through land. Tlte latter won. gqi oit among his married friends of Salt Lick spent Sunday with Lew-I- s Owingsvlle and Lif - Of course (I've! surrounded by their children. Gives Rise to Suspicion. hint kindlier thought and nil thatvsor Wright and family. this will require the uxi nditure or Jud Tunklns says the man who deof thing, don't you think?" Mr. 0 C..D. Rawlings and wife spent som money by the countv. Mr. Gar- pends on his ancestors generally botch "Sure thing! These little tier makes yod suspect It's lucky his anSunday with relatlvesi-a- t Grange rett will be heard here on the road lis. make me think for more' charltilblj depend on him. cestors didn't huve to of .Herod." City. question in the near future. :tijr Cat-tar- OMHGSVILLE OUTLOOK ,i .miss Lhnstino Anderson is visit- - CARD OF THANKS Early Brltont. BIG-TYP- E ... Cords Fabrics Poland China Hogs Wo Scot-hind- l. oftr you thi' most richly-bre- d, well-grow- n, I half-sohn- I -- spring pigs by sonic of the best bonrs of the breed and of out real herd sows that will be on exhi bition at the sale Saturday afternoon, holcni-iniimuH- 1 Low Cost Mileage For the Big Car Every FiskTire is a guarantee that you will get mileage at a low cost. For satisfaction, safety and economy you buy a "sure thing" when you buy Fisk Tires. . You are safe when you buy a known and reputable product at a low price August 13, 1921, at Olympia, Ky., The. price of stock hogs makes it to your interest to use a pure-bre- d boar. Come, look ours over. Ask for catalog. - CLYDE hercd.iary. YOUNG 5 SON s Heredltaiy. Is to a great extwit An explanation of in normal structures has GREAT WORK OF U. S. REMOUNT STATION Accomplishing Much to Build Unexcelled Line of Cavalry Horses Invaluable to Army. The World War was ths great cal dron In which birth was given to many organizations looking to the leadership of America in every path ot economic activity; and no such ac tivity bearing on the future, of one.jof our.i(mostit,ylUl essentials .compares vvjtn that t the ..American Ttembu'nt Asspclatipu, ap' organization, compost -- g. te 'i;i. n M.-.- been sought by falling hack on the fact that the cerebral heinUphores of the h.ain work the muscles crosswise. Kcrrler's researches have proved thai when we sec with the right eye we see with I lie left side of the brain. Viewed by the light, hercdlthry may be due to the greater development of the right side of the brain. "It Is practically certain," says Itr. Itastlon. "that the great preponderance of rlghthanded movements In Individual tend to ftroduce a more complex organisation pf "the','left"iian thl;' rlgljt henils'pliere of "jhe binm!" it. Hrof states 'th'at Tn forty brains which he examined he foil ml the left frontal lobe heavier than the right. These Investigations have not us yet been thoroughly carried out ; but possibly the explanation of obstinate lies In that direction. ' Sold only by Dealers BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER "'...SaftttOfto . 5-1- 0 itr, -' .rw--s . 5o;oqo cus-tode- s, Con-pre- ss Oak-scho- The Crops of Nepal. The chief crops of Nepal, an Independent kingiloni In Northern India on the southern slope of the Himalaya mountains are rice, tea., sugar cane, tobacco anil cotton. These crops are raised on tlnnisauds of small. Intensively cultivated farms In the southern part of the kingdom. This region Is a broad, fertile plain watered hy tin ICaraall. Candnk and Ko-rivers. Among the mountain ranges of the north, where there is small opportunity for rnrmint: every foot of land In the narrow valleys Is used. The hillsides are terraced and the mountain streams utilized for Irrigating. In this region there are grown the hardier crop, such as barley, corn, wheat, buck' wheat and pulse. Though pastures scarce, the few sheep roNed are are noted for their line wool. Life in Iceland. The inhabitants of Iceland live mostly In the lowlands along the south and southwest coast, where the climate Is uot so. harsh, hut even there the average summer temperature of 48 degrees above the average winter temperature. (Jrass Is fairly abundant, and the raising of cattle, sheep anil Agrihorses Is the chief Industry. cultural schools have been established, vegetables and certain do well In sheltered locations. The oijly trees, the ,1ireJi and the mountain ohlc, do not grlw1'iargV t'liotigh' to lie quick-growin- g . I ::it;'HlK?!i;ir. $'MnF; . J p mjnernis. except snipujir. or any value. But there are all kinds of fishes, and the hardy Icelandic fisherman puts to sea In his little open bout In nil sorts of weather. The First Motorcycle. While motorcycles hi this country were not manufactured In any great quantity until after 1II0J. It is interesting to observe that the first motorcycle was given to the win Id by n I'Veuclimaii buck In 1!S0. This first motorcycle was made by M. Trouve. in fails, and created great Interest and excitement. The first machines were crude affairs, naturally. They were luclliclcnt as to mechanism and nther risky to operate, considering the road conditions, etc.. of those days. It remained for American Inventors and manufacturers to perfect the motorcycle and market It on a large scale. Today, one of the large American manufacturers has a yearly output that Is greater hy W) per cent than the largest foreign manufacturer. Peru. Peru, which had flourished under the Incus, wns conquered by the Span-lard- s In lo.T.1. It declared Its Independence In lS'-i-l and three years later Spain was finally defeated. In n war wltb Chile In 1870 Peru lost part of Its territory. Its area Is 722,401 square miles. Its largest city Is Lima, the capital, with a population of some 143,000 Inhabitants. Its chief exports are India rubber, coffee, sugar, cinchona, cotton dyes and herbs. Its mineral wealth consists of gold, silver, copper, coal and crude petroleum. Vanadium, a rare element, used to strengthen steel. Is more abundant In Peru thnn In any other country of the world. Stumps of the Redwood Trees. The redwood trees of California are famous for their size; age and symmetrical beauty. Tet aside from the ad vertlsed wonders of the redwoods there Is the feature of the circular formation noted In the growth of the young trees. The parent tree may have been felled by the woodsman's nx. or else destroyed by fire, and nothing Is left but the huge stump. About this relic of the forest giant slender sapljngs form a circle, almost as though the fairies had marked, the pie jr theJmlJnlght .frolicsAana" the wees gath'erea?cIoeto- - see them. , . J nt n-- d ice-crea- beauty of Greece; then n foundling found by a dyer In a box ; then Dugrae, queen of Persia; then n maiden named Ilengu; thereafter he became an npe; then the daughter of u midwife of Tatary; then the only son of the Sultan Agra; an Arabian physician; a wild man called Kolao; a slave; the son of a cndl of Krzenim; n dervish; on Indian prince end lastly Finn-Ilout- n. here.jr9eptljrntoM a visitor oj her Interesting UirWIeface with CarrfuL Miss Hughett said: "I had been suf fering for some, time with painful I was pale, didn't feel like going. Would Just drag around, and couldn't rest to do any good. I would suffer once a month with raj back; sides and head. Mr limbs would ache and I didn't know what to do, but I knew I must do something, for I didn't get well by letting It run on. "Air mother Is a believer in Cardul for she saw what it did for others as well as herself, so she began glrtng It to me. "It wasnt long before I saw a Many Metamorphoses. change. It was just what I necd. Gueulette's "Chinese Tales." printed It regulated me. I began to eat In 1723. tell of the name and the pain stopped. of a mandarin who restored "Cardul Is without doubt the best femalo tonic made, and I am glad I king of Georgia, to his throne, can recommend it to others." and told the king's daughter, Guchen-raIf suffering with symptoms such as the story of his strange ailFirst he was Plurash, Miss Hughett mentions, or other bements peculiar to women, why not. who murdered the usurper Slamek; gin Cardul at once? Its merit is well then a flea; then a then nn established by successful use for mora Indian maiden named Mnssoumn ; then than 40 years. a bee. a cricket, a mouse; then Abzen- Try Cardul! 8 Your druggist sells it. deroiid, the Imam; thereafter the daughter of a rich Indian merchant; the Jezdad of Iolcos; the greatest wbereas.-iAmericaat-sle- ep, Fum-HoaMalek-al-Salez. lop-doNC-13- It came Into" 'being as a result of the dire necessity of more and better blooded horses for the United States Army. Thus, with kindred organiza tlons. It Is promoting one of the most Important undertakings looking to ward our future security. The object of the Itemor.nt Asocla-tloIs the improvement of generalpurpose norse conditions in every State in the Union; and because of the Importance of the work entailed, Col. F. S. Armstrong, of the United States Army, ihas been placed in charge, with headquarters in Washing ton, D. C, where his department Is In close touch with every other governmental agency. The Remount Associa tion, with the of others similarly engaged, has, during" the eighteen months of its existence, succeeded in getting one hundred and sixty-fou- r of stallions elghty-flvwhich were donated by patriotic or ganizations and individuals tor dis; trlbutlon throughout the country, to be utilized by farmers desirous of raising the standard of their horses. In laying out the work, it was de cided to profit 'by the experience of foreign governments and locate thorough bred sires in every grazing community of the country. The whole was div ided Into zones, and a plan of breed ing, to the Interest or the farmers of America, inaugurated. Recent reports from the Association's headquarters in Washington show that there has mares for been an average of flfty-flv- e each stallion, although the breeding season is not yet concluded. Also, at a meeting of the Association, It was shown that there was a demand' for some seven hundred horses last Spring, and that, for the coming Spring, this demand will be doubled or even trebled. Both the race courses and the thor oughbred nurseries constantly are being drawn upon for horses of proven courage In. the acid test., of.'. racing. I. remains tor enttq.prdducetie ,th3 only, fape 1thai,imea8ujvs.,lup,-tstindard.;desUned to&vroply thJJJfMtftd. State cajalfy.;fount",iyb'rthy otjSie men in' the service. It may be added that, owing to the broad plan of fostering the industry of "horse breeding as practiced for generations by the British, French and Italian Governments, these countries were in the enviable position of ability to supply their armies with good , which had mounts, never introduced, such a system was obliged to' 'draw upon the resources of the allied nations to horse her men- e o Live Stock Exhibits Alt Kinds Poultry, Fox Hound, Baby Shew v. BIG LABOR DAY CELEBRATION Jr. O. U. A. Mr Day, Wed, Sept; T HmtoPs Flying Circus Sensiiti-imil iJiiziinlous w Parachute A1AYSVILLE v l.o;ip FIREWORKS EVftRY KITE RUNNING RACES' DAILY 25-C- ZEIDEMAN & POLiE ar Exhibition Snows. BOYS BAND EVERY DAY AND N1TE Something New Every Day REDUCED R. R. RATES And the Price Remains The Same 50c! IT A MOTI!ERGAVE Public Sale! O JJofcndcr-Bre- d Virginia Lady Suffered Wilh Aciei and Pains Until ;otLc;' 'Began Giyinj Her Cardui. fl'AT il"tt Hughett residing on Route 2, near uimnnr, Hf3 ,y Juwpra . Yearllnjr DUR03 JERSEY. SOWS r BreiV tg thv$Jp,0(KL WoAlftfrd Sensatuh rttiililand Khii Pc fender and Iinproy. Defends. Monday, August 15th' Write for Catalogue . McKcc Bros. Forest Home Farm Versailles, Ky. 'i'' reach the diseased portion of the ear, Catarrhal fUi Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cmed j a.vytJiwuiu, as toey cannot fna Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an ln- uiiu ui iae mucous lining or the Eustachian Tube. TVhen this tube Is . InflAmPfl jwM . a mnkll.- - .uujiu or Vnil luHiwiuig imjwrfe hearing, and when It Is entire ly close Is the result. Unless Deurness the Inn: mmailon can be reduced, your v."i. HALL'S CATARRH otsmuro lorever. MEDICINE acta , . ram, nt fha "jw- wu on 'iome mucou. Jsur 111:1. n "" icuucinK rjammatloa ana restoring normal condl- rirrulsrs free." AH Drninrlsts. 1 hl. ; 1- F. J. Cheney i Co.. Tnl-tf- n. Ohio. A New Version. Peculiar Pets. The big Brazilian Iguana, a handsome fellow, Is easily tamed. The common Kngllsh toad. too. can be trained to live in a little house In the strawberry bed. made of four bricks, and soon recognizes Its human friends. The great Wolsey had a pet carp. This Is. one of the shyest of fish, yet can soon be taught to come to the bank of Its pond for food. So. too, At Port Logan. In can other fish. Wigtownshire. Kngland. there Is a sort pond cut In the nicks, of where the sea tish have been regularly fed for years past. The man In charge goes dov n to the water's edge, waves his lutket nnd whistles, and at once a shoal of fish come scurrying from oil parts of the pool. These are chletly cod and haddock, and so tame i re the cod that, they Avlll actually thrust their heads'of water' In order to seize delicacies ' thrown to them. salt-wat- I 1 Joseph hail been go ing to Sunday .school for almost tlirev months, nnd during that time bud heard .several Mble stories. His mother was boti.siln;; of his ability to relate tlieni, while his srandfiitlier wait ed nttlier Impatiently. He wns ready to start on a trip downtown, uutl Jo seph was golns ltli him. Then all too, grew Impatient. at once He was In grandfather's car and could not discover the reuson for grandfather's HiiKerlntr. So out he shouted: Hurry up. urmidpa, or we'll be too late to go. You're as slow as Moses when he built the ark." Indianapolis News. Seen-year-oId Jo.-ep- h. DAN. W. PEED To Lubricate Oil Fine Watches. Inss of tine watches and chronometers has heretofore been obtained almost exclusively from the maxillary fat ol tne poniol.se. The cost of this luUri cant Is nhout KZ-- a pillou. which Is almost prohibitive, notwithstanding the fnct that only minute quantities of the oil are used. Recently a satisfactory oil for thl. pur pose has been ohta'ned from petroleum by n new protvss nnd Its cost Is. luMgnlncaiit com pared with tlmr the . porpolbe,. oil. Ponulur Monthlv. thor-onchl. suitable for luhrlcatlnir the henr. Pan W. Peed died at the Good Samaritan hospital in Lexington on Tuesday afternoon of heart trouble. Mr. Peel was well known here, lie had for years been one of the most sueces'.ful tobacco buyers jof the State, nnd wns at the time of his Vntli manager of the- - Central Tobacco Warehouse Company, Paris. Mr. Peed was a man of fine phy-s'qnnd has many friends here to reprret his unexpected death at the n?e of 5(5 years. He was a hrother of Georpre Peed, who was a resident of this plaeei for 30 years. Hi is also survived by his wife and three children and brothers, James Peed, of Tnylorsvillc, anil Lnwrenee Peed, of Montgomery connty, and four sisters. Deceased had made his home in Paris fori number of years. He was a native, of rgeken county. ue ; OUTLOOKI JR;YEAR. . ... f