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Covle is vi iliitr his mmi fluv Coyle and family at I.iivcland. Ohio, j " printer t the Atlvoint PERSONAL JSlIlXcJl.HS KOH SALK. T; R. HATIjIFK, Grange Cily. Joe I). Shcchnn lumpily mid painting. tr. I 4 OUTLOOK NUMBER 5. in I - Is IURSDAY, AUGUST 18. 1921. 1L j I't vmir paper- - ' - of Ciwhiujr. Mr las. Stewart, of Lexington,' W. K. '.M j is visiting the family of her homn came last week on n father,) - .1. 1" hrolhcr ("has. .Myei. Tlr A. Power will make pictures ,y. i T. F. Allen. !irst visit here in IS years cry Saturday at his home on Route 1. Miss Kuth Kichants is visitnnghcrl j here he will do sonic hriek i brother Walter Rii'hurds ami wife at j The rural school of Nicholas-- Co. '"'llier, who is huililiii 1 Richmond will open Aupi-- t 22. ii!M;i:i'.t l hv his son l.e-FOR SALK One first elnss 3 4 inch Mitchell Wagon. .1. R. Brother & Co. Vjiii Green's majority over 'hos. Knight, in Iho two counties way 10. "' r. comity was leil for several days last week several swarms of bees which 'used a huge tree on the rond-for an apiary for more than years. The tree was blown i hy a high wind. When anyone jupled to pass the spot the bees piled on them and several were slung. Lewis 1 V road ATTEMPT TO POISON CATTLE One o inhuman V COLUMBIA i 1 the most coirnrd'x been and at-- acts that lias jrely Iiy tho best ice-te- a . "T - I JKX Mrs. John Markland. of r.. Iila F. Edger. who-- e Inwh.ind ter, was the guest of the f I ri'iiioved as jailer of WoiHlfo'rd Mrs. Minnie floodpaier :ind Mrs. her father-in-laand "see this line and hear the latest records Nathaniel g jity by Governor Iforrow. friends in I.ct-inl'Milt Weed on laud alnidny and Sunday. Hie lynching of a negro nt CliHrlw- - llnrfiiiaii is ImiMin a nii'l. J;t- - .1.1. hi :in.I dallgllit nillelast fall, won the icto'i tlflHie cottrtge near the folk of the If. 0 on fur jailer over her opponent Wtt.ming .ui.l rall l.ick pikt. ' WINCHESTER STORE InHd, Ohio, visled Mr. and Mrs. J. "oincry county eic guesla v over 1.."00 majority. 'inotbei- - and graiidniotlier Mi's T. Coyle last week. See Sin in Soo, dnnee on a Colum'rah Jackson Sundav. bia record. At K. L. and A. T. Mrs. Alfred Crooks and daughter acre are over three thousand CJcorgc Donaldson, of Wine Byron's. Mis Mary Ridiinson Crooks were h saloons in Chicago with only visited hi.s brother John B. D Uv prohibition officers to enforce isitors here' Friday. The annual reunion of the Prcuitt Bear in mind that n mayor, city n and (!eo. Iloyd ami wife s "aw. says the head of prohihi-Iforee- s. Mrs. Wm. A. Shnrj, C Sha.rps. family will ihe held at Olympian judge and a full council will be electtiie past week. Mi. Dona burg, spent the week end with !Mrs. Springs August 25th'. ed in Xovemlier. wc- -t l'r i this county to Clark v Win. Arnold near town. ty about Xi years ago and 'pros, Saturday all three or J Hazard Abraham Metro rd and Miss Iva IVe handle Mocha and Java co(Te&? Dawson Bailey returned home ! at farnrng. lie was accompa:. tanks closed their doors because Knox were- married at the county the best blend the world over. Thursday .after a two weeks visit to by his .si.ster Mrs. David Jacks 000 in bills were clerk's office Monday Iy Rev. C. L. friends at Lovclaud, Ohio. R. C. BYRON" ind bis grandson Edwurd Strtitht n I'rulav and Saturday, to bo Wilson. OXY-ACETELYMiss. Lyde Dawson, who has bse'i Mr. Ji n B. Donaldson went home in elections, it is alleged. NE Bourbon county "faniiers have villi them to spend a few weeks. i.ouse ."iniuninv nltemoon wns-aiteaching nt Madison, W. Va.,'is vis-tuCARD OF THANKS signed) over three million jxmnds of by a largo crowd'and "was a Thic is hi.s lirst visit to his brother tended relatives and friends here. I the sale of the property of We wish to thank all tho good peoIoIiniv business affair altogether. Many of to the proposed Barley as l i: :n years. c Win. Hart Friday everything . M:s. Andy Coyle and niece Agie-ple and Dr. Jones for their kindness JlarketSng Association. the biggest tobacco growers of the t satisfactory prices. Cattle during Xorth left Tuesday morning for a the sickness and death of our 'v MRS. MARTHA ALICE DUFF I count v were present and were san brought from fi 1- -tc to 7 and beloved daughter t onr prices on coal, lumbei. visit relatives at Lexington. guine of the success of the and sister Anna. Mrs. Martha Alice Duff died very 'ii, $l.-!- a barrel. inie and eement Ixifore buying. Right MR. & MRS. JONAS REYNOLDS Marketing plan. At the eoi Miss Angie Young Jackson left snddi!y at her home on .Flat Creek Jpriccs and prompt delivery. AND FAMILY. elusion of the meeting many sign Friday for a protracted visit to her e game of baseball to have been about (i o'clock Monday afternoon. THE WALTER YOUNO COAL CO the pledge offered by the Burley friend .Mrs, E. O. Winteringer at Although d hen Sunday between the i there was no apprehension mar- WHY HESITATE? ) Tobacco Association and there is no Moreliead team The annual reuifum of Cenefnl Robinson, 111. and the combination of her iniiiieilinte death, she had been Why hesitate about signing a eon-traJohn II. Morgan's rommnnd will he Mrs. J. R. Animcminii and diil-dre- n nff lictcd with dropsy of the heart longer any doubt that Bath county team bad to bo called off on ae- -' to'jaceo men are entering henrtily with the Burley Tobacco Coheld at Olympian Springs Septem-le- r Martha and Marjorie have been for a long time. She seemed to be in of rain. The combinations operative Marketing Association? It into this movement. Committees were 30-3visiting friends and relatives at her usual good spirits and had pre 'ay the Mavsliek team here is a selling not a holding organi appointed for every school ijistriet Flemingsburg. pared dinner on the dav she died. zation. Tt will sell your tobacco at in the county to solicit pledges and LOST: ir 'arried away by mistake Miss Mattic Lee I.aughliii of she dropped dead from a chair in ' a proHt to you. It will, by selling explain the plans of the association. my fountain jh-iRcwanI $3.00 A rlvaiisville, Tnd.. Mondai. Wil) ( Xorth Middlctnwn has retunied to xvlrch she was silting. She was the which is more than it eot. lie Deffendoll, 17 years old, con- your tobacco at a profit, enable you her home after a visit to Miss Tay- wife of Joseph Duff, who survives RICHARD STULL , REESE WELLS. fessed that he shot and killed his to pay for your land. Tt will cut her, with their four children, all of lor Rogers near Wyoming. down the etpepse of selling; you can The remains of Richard Stall ar mo!hr with a shotgun near NOTICE The Blue. Grass Fair promises to their whom, are grown and married: Jailer Cole's Hot Water Heaters make a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilkerson, sell your tobacco for less vost .in rived from France Friday lrght end Minnie- because she rebuked him That any person entitled under be bijaer and better than ever before for Robert Duff, of this town: Reese big reduction in your coal bill. Lexington and Mrs Sam Gill of Per the association than over the loose provision of the Vocational Renn- - this yar. Their premiums and were at the Stall grave- not working. Duff, of Lexington; James Duff, of Sec their advertisement and guar ry, .Mo., spent the week end with yard three and one-haleaf floors. miles smith $jC 'i? r0, bilitntion aet to Vocational . , purses aggregate about Mon'gpmcry county, ami Mrs. Ben antee Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ammennan. You will be paid for your tobacco I must make application within e.r f Preston Monday with military and cover 'ery kinJ-ofifon't forget the ...fir Mi'de. of near Sharpshurg. Deceased -J,c; Mm" as !t is s."l- honors. BatlixPost American Legion,' tiotf.il Snn.biv s,.1.n! x hounds art teen months from daU of this act ptmlVr- Ira Coyle and Walter Riddle left was a daughter of John f n Con-A- ll Attend the Sundav School . Young Stull. wasongtof Sij-Lic- k "4If Friday. AugusUlOth.- - Del-- I 'tfnjytoL show is., sell t -- 4 c?nt oE. which is June 10, 1021: Said appli-eirai- clr. Wednesday, for a several days', vis., former resident -of Owingsviller The. Mention nt SnUT.icV'Ausiist 1!) ' 'ho.se Bath county boys who made ' . , Saturday Sept. it to Lee Jones and other relatives bunal wn at the Ovringsville from ill elm relies ..r M... ,M0 Sron'ers sign in time the 1021 cations will not be couriered later for H cemeSunday schools of the county nre the supreme sacrifice on the battle county invited to attend. crop can lie disposed of, without I than Dec. 10, 1!)22. 10. All railroad have rqdueetl rates and friends nt Walton, Boone county. tery Wednesday afternoon. expected to send delegates. reasonable doubt, in winter order, j fivnt in France. He was a son' of for this arent. M. II. ELLISON, Wm. Cannichael, of Bourbon .OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR, and you will receive your money l'lacement Officer With Federal Trav. Stull. Jr.. of one of the Robert Oa,tcwood undcxwc.nl a se- county spent several days the past SALE OF DARNELL PROPERTY CARD OF THANKS almost as ipiickly families of the county, and was if vou had Hoard of Vocational Education LexAt the sale of the property of vere surgical ojcratio!i for ,!iront week with his tyrothcr-inlaCharlie Georee Shrout sbld his house sold over the nn industrious, popular vnung man floors. I am deeply grateful, to tho?e ington Local Office District No. 7. and seven-acr- e lot on the Olvm-piapitrouble at Cleveland, Ohio, out- - day Webster and siter Mrs. Emily War John W. Darnell, deceased, near Isn't it just plain common sense lie was a member of Company F, who so loyally supported and nomito his brother John W. Wyoming Thursdav. cows brought ner. last week. He i Improving. ith Regiment, which rendered .serv- Shrout for $400, that an organization having in its If all the people of the United nated me in the late primary to the from :M0 to S(i0; steers, $5.5.') per Jas. Pinuey of Mt. Sterling, visit ices that make llieir name inimorla'. possession 7o per cent of the tobac- States and, forty million more were position of Representative in the 500 Pairs Army Shoes. ed tho fanu'Iv of his uncle Eugene hundred: heifers, .5; sheep. $fi.7.ri The rains which bepran falling co crop can sell that tobacco at a crowded into the State of Texas it Lower House in the Legislature for I !a"re number of friends and relaI have just received 500 pairs of Brother last week. lie was accom oer'head: hogs. $0 a head: com. tives were present at the burial. Stull Sunday morninp; are reported as better price than lO.OOO growers, wouldn't be anil Rowan counties, and .if as densely populated as aney shoes which I will sell at the general throughout Kentucky. .25 ver binvl. and hay. $12 per ' panied home by his sister M3ss Mat- acting as individual sellers? This China. vas killed only the day before the elected I pledge my bet efforts to right kind itf prices. ton. The tract of land known as tie Pinncy. ornrstiite was signed. Marketing Mrs. Thos. Perp-rom- . serve the interests of all the people, from n Icliacco CLAY ROYSE. the Calvert land, was bought bv Mr. fall at her home On Peeled Oak, j Association is just what its name Large audiences are attending the my district and the state. 0. J. West, after considerable Chas. Darnell, son of deceased, at sustained a dislocated shoulder . ,....., ,v..,i;.. . Tax cats, approximating .i meetings conducted by W. S. San-forMore thnn .a, million pounds, or time hunting a place to locate, reYours truly, " 210 per acre. The tract of hill ..." were agreed upon Wednes- and broken collar bone. pastor of the South Louisville turned to this place Monday and will about 00 per cent of the tobacco in VAN Y. GREEN. 'and, known as the Richard Horse- day by the majority members of tho Remember, Kentucky's State Mot-- 1 Christian church. Mr. Sanford held probably buy propetry and make his the Sharvbfirg- neigMorliood,i-lmman place, was bought by Sam Dar House Ways and Means FOR SALE. -- One fine milk to: 'Tinted we stand; divided Fred Reynolds, son of Jonas 7-successful revival meeting here Committee been signed t& the Burlev Assoeia-lio- n jitune here. fWn vnnro sO1 lt.nn,1 nell, another son of deceased, nt $C nn Repeals included, besides the excess PHW f,,n' -,- rI',,, Mercury. some years ago. nolds, west of ttwn, has diphifeeria. marketing. plan of A sow and Mr. andMrs. S. A. Dowd cmt four an acre. profits (ax and the higher income hogs. C seven shoats. two meat all on Airs Minnie Rob- Miiis, of Flciiiingburg, came Sunday surtaxes, nil of the freight, passen- bins. Olympian Springs, Ky. Tlicre Is a penalty of $500 for the to be guests, of Mrs. Dowd's. brother tf MISS ANNIE E. REYNOLDS ger and pullmaii taxes. The coin- idoilnrc of n candidate for office at Charles Atchison and sister Mr-- . ' Mks Annie E. Reynolds, daughter jinnee The McCoun Trio, of violinist. aiso voteii to increase tlie nx- Vn iirimnn or any other election to Kspie Barber. of Jonas Reynolds, died at her cxemption to heads of families hnv saxophonist and pianist, gave an j Tile a expense account Mrs. Martha Mauley and daugh- - father's home thre miles wsf o" )ig dependents from $200 to .!() excellent and" most enjoyable enithin thirtV days after the election. .cr Mrs. Robert Chrisler, of. Coving- OiviifTsvillo Saturday, August 13th. for each dependent. As summarize!! tertainment at the Lviic Thf atre r lie vras, elected or defeated. luesuay night. The trio consists ton, are visiting the- family of their Th:s young lady had been an invalid in a formal statement, tl . t omnrtte of the father, violinist, son sa.xo-son and brother T. F. Allen and oth nearly all her life, and bore her Nation included many taxes that ist and ocaltst, and daughter m- Let tis deliver you a Primrose sufferin-- r yth the meekness and the should have been' er realtives in the count r. eliminated Ion:' anisl. each an artist in his way. Cream heparator. Ureara going up, natie.necK'o.f; a true Christian. Those It is to be regretted that threatago. Boh Jones, of Lexington is spend epnrators have gone dpwn. There ening weather prevented many who'Kjl.her'Jestifv to the ' WE ARE accnstomCiT. s' IT BEATS tho band. vacation with his from attending. The elder Mr- 's a nrofit for vou. E. L. and A. T. ing 'a . . .1 of tier nature and her lovely Mr. Oscar Toy, aged seventeen Coun is a grandson sister Mrs. Floyd Ross. Bob has a BUT ITS a mouthful. Byron's. of Reubin THE WAY this thlmr. The burial years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Goodwin, deceased, for manvi good position as cashier for. the Christian character. AS YOU'LL aRreo If yon- KEEPS POPPING up. n took place in thp Owingsville ceme- Toy, died at the home of his 'par- years a citizen of the looking baci-var- d Henrv Clav Fire Insurance Co. t, " l JUST PUT It Into good. TbrJ tery following the funeral discourse ents on the Paris pike on Monday White flakTHE OTHER night. 35 years: Sam Nixon, defeated Ebpic Warner went to a Louisville McCoun's still have many rela UNITED STATES, llko this. 3ROKE all rules. andidate for jailer in Bath county, hosptnl last week to be examined as in the Christian church by Rev. J. afternoon after an 'illness of ty- tives on White Oak. whom thev phoid fever. The burial occurred in have been visiting E. Wilhoit. "SON, YOU'LL ba running. sues Ambrose Wright, a Vealthy to his physical condition in regard for sometime. AMD READ a hlh-brobook. ' Machp"lah cemetery Tuesday after- Their home is Noblesville, Ind. ON FOUR flat tire?. citir.en of that county, for .2(.0n0. to injuries sustained in his war ser- AND HEnCS a hot one. Major General Henry T. Allen, noon, with services at the grave. The hi? rlce IF YOU don't hurry. nlleging slander which caused and his claim for compensation,. commanding the United States Ar THAT IT hawteu mi riEDioON-RATLlyoung man was highly esteemed and defeat.. AND WRAP yourself around. "MANY OF as, 2nd. Mrs. Lou Pieratt, daughter Mrs. my of Occupation in Germany, and respected and had many friends who Wednesday's Lexington Her THE ONLY ctffarette. Ora Cartmill and grand daughtc a coiflpnny of American THAT TASTE aJnr.l.i. regret his death. We tjnder ald contained the following: deeply THANKS pn.:, THAT SATISFIES." i "riio ONE OF tho fali!-- ... I shall ever hold in grateful re Miss May Cartmill returned Friday from the Rhine.' have been ordered our sympathy to the bereaved4 famprised to learn of the marriage X by the War Department to attend ily 's s' visit to Mrs. t. wiembrance nil the men and women from a DEPENDABLE SATISFACTIONS. of Squire George K. Redmon, of A .' son Tipton Pieratt at Leon, the unveiling of the Flirev MonuBath county who voted for me of hie flf.. AT OF EVERYDAY living. bill.) oif.r , nn.l AlllilD IVUikCi llltlc P nuu ment at Flirey. France this sumni?r. CARD OF THANKS county. and nominated me to the office of Carter Ratlilf, of Irvine, which took AND IT seenia. The monument is a memorial to the We desire to thank our friends place at Richmond Saturday afCircuit Conrt Clerk at the late pri Russell Crooks, of Preston, has Satisfy" nothins UPON LONG reflection. THEY well describes ChesAmerican Evpeditionary Forces. Two and neighbors for their many kind- ternoon, August 13. They will mary election. If elected in Xovem secured a jiosition wtih the Pine-villmake their home at the, Redmon terfields' mildness, their mellowTHAT SATISFACTION. bcr I shall faithfully endeavor to Motor Works at Pinevillc, Ky, hundred and fifty members of th nesses shown during tho illness and residence on Cypress ness, their delicacy of aroma and street." American Legion, who have been in- at the death of our father, J. M. smooth, even "body." It took CLOSE to bclnir. discharge the duties of the office. visCOMES T. J. Havens, of Shawhan, is Miss Walter Mae RatlifT is a the finest varieties of Turkish Yours faithfully, daughter of C. S. Ratlilf and iting friends and relatives in Bath vited to tour France as guests of Ynnlnndingham. THE LONG sought ani Fomestia tobaccos to do it Uhe French government, will partici wife and was born and reared j aid the highest order of skill SON AND WIFE. EARL B. THOMPSON. and Fleming- counties. 'HIGHEST GOOD.'" n 'lending them. Yea, the Ches-- J near this place and was a teach pate in the ceremonies. John 0. T tereld blend ia a secret. It W. C. Jackson and wife, who have OF COURSE that Isn't. NEW MACHINERY national, commander of the The largest courlday crowd for er in the Owingville city school car. t be copied. until recently when her lather been with Mrs. Jackson's father Mr. WRITTEN WITH th eua will be one of the speakers. months, a large number of cattle moved with his family to I have received and have now in Huff at Hilltop, Fleming county were Have you Been tha neta Irvine. I AND POLISH to which. AIR - TIGHT tin of SO? equipment and brisk sales are reported of Mt. Miss Walter Mae is an operation an npto-dat- c retunrcd TuesFOR SALE f for shoe repairing, including machin at home Monday, but and popular young Sterling county court day. i day. Mr Huff is in feeble healtl; lady and many friends here exA stock of elean, good, dry goods g and all cry for sewing or and has been living alone. Marriage licenses were issued on tend congratulations and good and groceries for sale, and storeojher kjnds of work requiring sew wishes. Mr. and Jlrs. George Tcmpleman, house and dwelling for rent for n Monday to Robert Mure and Miss ing or pitching. All work done Among other things the Pars manner. of Grccncastle Ind. stopped over on number of years. One of the best Ada Alderson; Wm. Collins and Miss Kentuckian-Citize- n says of Mr. promptly and in first-olaend your work in by parpel post their way home to see Mrs Templq- - stands in the county. For further Sadie Alderson. These j'onng la- Redmon: n "He is a and sucman's brother Edm id Wells and information ; pply to tho Outlook dies are oC Rowan county and are and receive it by return' maiL cessful business man, having un' family and Mrs. Austfn Boaz and Office. sisters. CLAY ROYSE til recently been engaged in farnr-in- g family. Mr. and Mrs. Templcman on a large scale, but the pas ' Colin, jia grapljophones from Fourteen hundred teachers look 'piyayiuui Orange Pekce tea the had been to Rowan ount' to ntteii' year d.sposed of his fanning in Liccrrr & Mtess Tobacco Co. tho special examination for teachers to $85. .Now on display at E. L. terests. He is a former member Golden Dream coffe.e. U)V burial of lir. JTcmpleman's broth jje-te' of the Bourbon Fiscal Court." A Friday and Saturday of last week. and A. T. P.yrou's. R. a?BYROX. . cr. , MMilletown. fol-'nvi-it- cd Miss Frances Rogers of near v- oiniiur is visiting friends at North J cr. in ' Orange T'e-He- a. J. R. STEELE lt .. -- templed in thN county, was made, on Tuesday night, when some one placed a large ipiantity of parisj green in the pasture of Judge ' Henry R. I'rewitt, on the Mnys-vill- e pike, where a htrge number of fat cattle were grazing. It is supposed this net was committed by some enemy of Judge Prewitt's trying to even their grievance by this most cowardly act. Bloodhounds were brought here from Lexington, but they could not carry the trail further than a point on the Maysville Come pike, where it is supposed the person or persons bonrded n ear. Every nt tempt is being inadu to capture the guilty party, and if caught punishment to the fullest extent of the law should he inflicted. Mt. Sterl:ug Advocate. GRAPHOPHONE STYLE E 2 NOW $85.00 o TEN-INC- H RECORDS NOW 85c WE SHOW FOUIt STYLES COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES $30 545 $85 . $65 E. L. & A. T. BYRON Welding Repairing one-doll- ar Wc arc now prepared to handle all classes of Ii-- WELDING g and cutting, well as general machine and ' repair work. f- -i -le, 0 PROMPT SERVICE i ct We solicit your inquiries when iu the for gas or kerosene engine power. incorporated Winchester, Iiy. w-k- 1. Hagan Gas Engine and Mf'g. Co. i. lf intcr-denomiu- 5,, ,i; . . - lr. es I i w ke B.-t- : i ' S.'i.'iO,-000,0- i,.(i,. d, - s fi, 1 w'a 1- Oar words effect ... two-week- well-know- ! Sentinel-Democra- X.. 1 FF inf-intr- r: two-week- Pie-ratt- Sentinel-Democra- t-- lJ e Ein-r-r- y, n, attract-ive.intellige- nt half-solin- ss well-know- - a. . OWINGSVILLE 0 I NEWS CULLINGS From o j Kentucky j Boris Uernhnrc! ' a portrait painter of Xew Yoi was the guest of Governor W Morrow and Col. Charles II. J Mr. Cordon has Just completed of the l:ilc Champ Clark, "111 ! hung In the speakers' lie will paint a portrait of Co .Morrow fur the Kentucky Ills Society rooms. tr-.i- POSSIBLY HER LAST CHANCE PROHIBITION EN-ORCEMENT ACUTE IUOR PUZZLE TO CABINET ROBLEMS OF DRY STATUTE ENFORCEMENT DEBATED. At All Events, the Obect of His Affections Perfectly Agreed With Her Fiance, Don't half-sick- Go From Bad to Worse! For several minutes the young man did not speak. Ills heart was too full. It was enough for hlra to know that this glorious creature loved him; that she had promised to share his fate. With a new and delightful sense of ownership he feasted his eyes once more upon her beauty, and as he realized that henceforth It would be his privilege to provide for her welfare nnd happiness, he could have almost wept with Joy. Ills good fortune seemed Incredible. Finally he whispered tenderly: "How did It ever happen, darling, that such a bright, shining nngel as yourself fell In love with a dull, stupid fellow like me?" "Goodness knows," she murmured absently; "I must have a screw loose somewhere." AFTER EUERV MEAL Wlrtesburg. Although no pi C:inipbellsilic. Among the articled placed In the oorner-stonof the now lars were given it was reporter Methodist cluirdi here was a Bible 'JOO that Fred Smith was found do yearn old, the property of Mrs. Kiuu.u the Big Black MomitaUs, not far Lynch. Ky., and a short distance Slearmnn. tho Virginia border lino. The r Is that Smith wns robbed nnd Taris. Dorsey Watklns, Fred A suspect wns rep and Frank WUkorson were murdered. bold on the Virginia border line, tried before County Judge George on a charge of unlawfully sein- cers are investigating. n Bat-teno- n Are you always weak, miserable and ? Then it'i time you found oat what is wrong. Kidney weakness cause much suffering from backache lament, stiffness and rheumatic paina, and if neglected brings danger of serious troubles dropsy, gravel and B right's disease. Don't delay. Use Doan's Kidney Pills. They have helped thousand and should help you. Ask your neighborl An Ohio Case Sandusky St.. Plymouth. Ohio.1 says; "I was trou-- , bled with pains In the small of my, bacK and a dun ache In my head. I, naa Kinxs in my back and had dim-cult- y J ige and Shipment Causes of Tan-- i Which Reach President and cial Advisers House May Dilute iley Amendment Calling for War :s in Searches of Homes, Etc. n Newspaper Union News Service Miss Maggie l. WRIGLEV'S Newest Creation 5c CW A John II. Gilliam, Attorney for tho EI Judicial District, and W. U Pr County Judge of Marshall county signed their positions. Mr. Gillian signed to become Circuit Judge, eeeding Judge McKenzIe Moss, rei cd, and Mr. Prince resigned to beC Pnducnli. Breaking up a bird's nosi postmaster of Denton. Ky. Kobe! Jtoyer was nppolntod County Judg proved fatal to Ray Sanders, a boy. The boy's skull was crushed succeed Judge Prince. when he fell headlong from the top of Frankfort Injury or death sufT a thirty-foo- t telephone pole and struck by an employe of' a concern whil the concrete pavement. toxlcatcd invalidates claims for el In- r'uplovo or a dependent, the S ! ilo l,.',-toFratil fort and V. o -i u ,., i' TVanl nniiner lien: i: .l.nn. in i i.ini- I' it . .7 .7 '''..mi slate iiv.imiiv I Maysvllle The Itev. Charles Norman. 'JS. Baptist minister of Kllsberry, O., tlvo miles from Maysvllle, shot his wife thrco times and then attempted to take his own life by turning his revolver upon himself. nionwealth , ; U, ! i . ing Stone Creek, and each lined $21. Frankfort hlngton. Problems In of prohlbl-'oroeme- the United States oinlng so acute that they am g themselves Into the js of PreMdent Hard-- . his Cabinet. Two questions to enforcement of the prohl- were called up during the (conference. It was learned. ,ted to the storage and dlspo- -' cniiti'-cateliquors, the other importation of liquor In bond e country. lldnet olllclal is said to have hi the attention of the Presl-th- e other members the ilif-lGovernment otliclals are d ot Doan's Kidney Pills and they cured me. a I n c then I have felu nne." Ct Doaa's at An; Star. 60e a Box i FOSTER-M1LBUR- In stralicnten-Int- r. I took one box ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine DOAN'S"? CO, AND OINTMENT BUFFALO, K. Y. Cuticura Soap Clear the Skin Sot? 25c, Oiatacst 25 tad 50 c, Talctai 25c Hng tlii I N "lonlii i l.md jacket around peppermint flavored chewing gum. flavored sugar peppermint delicious tiled a report covering the Investigation with Governor Morrow. 'inl. inn! - V p. ' !l Will aid your appetite and, digestion, polish your teeth and moisten your throat. Cynthlana. A south-bounL. & J. freight train struck a truck contain Mt. Sterling. Eighteen cents ing a white man and three negroes, who were on their way to Knoxvllle. the dollar has been paid holder) Tho truck was damaged and Wilbur stock In the defunct II. II. Pleper Cv Jones, colored, bruised about the hips, pany by T. B. Boflnian, receiver, profits from a chain of five and Hyland. Blackberries, which he ate cent stores In Kentucky was the p) caused the death of Cnptaln Sanford Ise mado investors by the comp E. Fuller, .recent member of tho Cin- It had one store here, and prom cinnati fire department, at his summer others In Lexington, Hazard and o home in Rylaud. The blackberries set cities. Pleper wns Indicted for gi up a condition which developed urao-ml- c larceny by a grand' Jury at Hazard lowing stock sales there. poisoning, physicians said. Louisville. Six persons were Injured, but not seriously, and about 100 passengers on an lntcrurban car were shaken when Monon Train No. :i, from Chicago, ran Into a trailer attached to a Louisville-bouncar from New Albany, Ihd., on tl.e Kentucky and Indiana bridge here. - chnels Art Bronze Company, of lj ton county. Her husband was lnjil while In tho employ of the comp? and died five days later. s Stnnford. Steele Shelby and Preston Troutman, of Danville, while reFrom nn Indian's standpoint It'i turning from Crab Orchard Springs !n America for everybody but the Anier-- , an automobile, ran into u bunch of leans. Somebody who writes Pnducah. hogs which were being driven at night missives on' pink stato market ICIeven hogs were killed. Shave With Cutleura Soap Wilson Alexander, ownei, was paid tionery, addressed to a young woman, And double your razor efficiency si $230, their value, on the spot. dropped tho letter into the fire alam well as promote skin purity, skin combox, mistaking It for a mall box, a' id PLUG TOBACCO fort and skin health. No mug, no created quito an excitement at fire deIIarrodf.burg. Gilbert Britton, slimy soap, no germs, no waste, no son of Finlcy Britton, Salvisa, partment headquarters. It happe .ed Known Irritation even when shaved twice stumbled against shrubbery while play- that the fire box was located In the dally. One soap for all uses staving, ing In the yard, and tho sharp end of heart of tho milling district of the city, bathing and shampooing. Advertisement a broken branch penetrated his face and a strong wind wns blowing. FireJist below tho right eye. Physicians men rushed to the scene, hut found all Cjfry it mid , If you nre atrald to ask for had to remove flesh to extract the qniet Then they discovered the box will know wliy what you want, the chances are that wood. The eye may he saved. open, nnd a smile went around when some, one will hand you a lemon. the pink letter was removed. They Vancoburg. Joseph Jones, 35, an "forwarded" It to Its destination via employe of the Vanceburg Salt Your Stock the Blackman Way pany, was drowned In Button Com- the mall route. the Ohio River Frankfort State Auditor J. J. Craig here. Jones, after swimming the width DO YOU TAKE SALT of the river two successive times, bad reported the amounts on hand In tic with m e!, or Jutt fill up on salt once or started on hiR third trip across when different funds of the state governTWICE A WEEK? he was suddenly overcome and went ment, ns of August 1, ns follows : SinkAfevy licks of BLACKMAIL'S Tonic down to his death. Ills body has not ing fund. S0.3C9.11; State University fund, $1,771.55: school fund, $S10,31U.-7bait should be a part of the daily diet been, recovered. Eastern Slate Normal, $032.0!); of your live stock. It is medicated and Owensboro. Because will improve digestion, make the feed Altha Ilen-nln- Western State Normal, $032.09; state general for whom she was keeping house, road fund, ?123iC".03; go further, and keep them in healthy fund, $590,03.23; balance did not return home from a visit to a in condition. So simple, so easy. Just Tho outstandnelglibor at a certain time, Carrie Jane treasury, $1,700,810.05. drop brick In feed-bo- x it will do the Interest-bearinwarrants amount Smith Is accused of setting Are to a ing rest large barn which, with a lo't of farm- to $5,402,3S2.82, of which $544,7807 The Bkcisun Stock Remedy C. ing implements, corn and hay, was de- are in school warrants. The Interest-bearin- g warrauts are an increase of stroyed by fire. Loss Is estimated at $179,SSl.03 over last month. WAS THE NEIGHBOR'S CHICKEN RECORD OF PLEASANT HOURS about $1,100, with no Insurance. direcLouisville. Frankfort Indictments Incident That Wat Embarrassing, Al- -' "Book of Night Life" Will Make Inter, tions In tho Central State of condi- tor general of Francis I. Jones, of the Hospital, free employment thoOgh It Also Had an Amus- -' esting Reading In the Years ' Lakeland, by Mrs. I V. Winchester, United States Department of Labor, ing Side to It. to Come. who Uvea near the Institution, were In- discussed with W. C. Uanna, State vestigated by tbo State Board or Commissioner of Agriculture, the posSome years age, while living In the The responsible' position of the old suburbs, we kept a few chickens; our family album has been usurped In the Charities and Corrections and the find- sibilities of extending the work of the ings of the board, which (u substance Kentucky Free Employment Agency. neighbors also . had chickens. After homes of an Increasing number of the garden season was over we let modern young persons by the "Book are that the charges are unfounded, Mr. Jones pointed out that the Kentucky oflico, located in the St. Nicho-- them run, as did our neighbors. In of Xlght Life." The new volume Is were filed with Governor Morrow. las Hotel property, Fifth and Court : ' this way 1- suppose they got more or almost ns large as the old family alUopklnsvllle. John Brandon, 43, streets. Is practically unknown to the JjjekS mixed. bum. It Is supposed to record the to labor, and -the Roaring Spring Tlneay. 1 decided to have a chicken amusement mcanderlngs of the young farmer, ofcounty, was Instantly.vicinity big employers and hands, coal 'that killed Kentucky's harvest miners Tor alnner.'aad, not liking to kill it couple who keep It. Every theatrical in Trigg myself my husband being away I program Is brought home, together by lightning. He was returning from end others are being drawn to other asked pur neighbor If he would kill with the ticket stubs, and pasted li his watermelon patch carrying a hoc states through the workings of other it for me. lie 'kindly consented, so I It, and the date of the performanco on his shoulder, and was within thirty states' free employment bureaus. feet of his house when the bolt fell. brought out-the particular fowl I had Inscribed at the top of the page. Louisville. W. W. Mau. of Xenin, selected. lie killed It, and I thanked Below each playgoer writes his and The only mark on his body was a black him and proceeded to prepare it for her opinion of the play with such ob- spot on one temple, but a considerable O., proprietor of the Mau Carnival dinner. servation as, "snappy music, but not hole wns torn through his hat. He is Company, was arrested by John Mai , ."When dinner was over I went out much plot;" "very sad, both of us survived by his wife and two children. ley, of the United States secret serv Ice, after ll was charged that he had tc "feed the chickens. What was my cried;" "leading man awfully conceitsurprise to find among them the fowl ed," and other pungent remarks. Sadie vllle. Tho Farmers' Union passed several raised bills on the Roth I thought I had just eaten. It was my At the end of the season the "Book Supply Company of Sadlcville, Inc., Motor Company, 933 South Third neighbor's chicken I had asked him to of Night Life" contains a complete has opened. This company Is organ- Third street The charges grew out kill .for me. record of the couple's evenings In ized for ar.d by the farmers and i of a deal when Mau traded his o'd .Ofconree, I lost no time In making search of amusement. Visitors find It incorporated for with 50 farm- car to the Ruth company for a new . apologies and alsd Insisted that they extremely Interesting. Chicago Jour- ers of Scott, Owon and Harrison ooun one, paying tho firm $2(50 additional. take - ours Instead, and they had a nal. In the money paid the automobile con ties Interested. T. F. Sherritt Is good langh at my 'expense. The Fanners' Union Supply Com- cern, It Is charged, were three raised pany of Georgetown will open at bills two of $10 denomination that A Courteous Formality. A Celebrity Arrives. "I have sent word to my consUtu Georgetown. J. W. Hamilton, present had been cleverly raised from $1 "Great excitement in the local ents that I will welcome advice at county clerk o Scott County, has been notes, and a $2 bill that had beeu raised to $5. Worn." any time," remarked Senator Sor- elected manager. ghum. "What's happened?" Owensboro. Robert E. Wedding, 52, Jackson. Fred Fletcher, 25, a school JM beautiful woman has just shot a "But you'll get so much you can't was shot and killed by his son, Ed- teacher, shot and killed Instantly Sam married man who wasn't married to remember It." "All I am saying Is that I will give ward Wddlng, 2J, nt young Wedding's Mann, 30, at Frozen Creek, six miles her. The city editor has Issued orders . to get all her photographs available, It a polite welcome. I'm not promis- home on West Eighth street Mr. from here. Fletcher came to Jackson Wedding, who Is a farmer, made his and surrendered. He was given nn 'gronx her babyhood to the one taken ing to stay awake nnd listen." home with lus son when in Owens- examining trial before County Judge and two men have been sent boro. J. Wise Hagln and released on $5,000 to arrange for exclusive publication of Our Own Garden Hints. ball. Mann, a tenant on a farm owned i'ber diary, lie has also called up a Robert wants to know kpw to tell - friend who Is In the motion-pictur- e Vanceburg. F. E. Ncal Is reported by Fletcher's father. Lynch Fletcher. whether or not the little green shoots . 'business who Is on the lookout for new that appear In his garden are weeds. to have the prize crop of tobacco In Is alleged to have had trouble with the. ,Y .stars."! Birmingham Yank them out, Robert; If they come this section. It contains an acre, Is latter. He Is said to have threatened up agajn they are weeds. Boston n full stand, very even. Mr. Neal, th'e elder man, who was unarmed. ''' who never rabies orer an acre of to- Xoung Fletcher approached at this Every man is afraid of the devil, no Transcript. bacco, used. 1,000 pounds of fertilizer time, and, It Is said, fired as Maun was matter how often lie whips that unex on It this year. about to shoot his father. ''bausted adversary. Apparently. Knlcker What Is truth? Lexington. An ordinance submitted Oscar King, 54, Wath-en'- s Lou'svllle. Ilaldneaded friends find It difficult Bocker Something which should b to the Board of City Commissioners by to part. Lane nnd Seventh street road, heard, but not said. local business men, designed to re- while riding his bicycle on Third street, strict further the activities of Itinerant near St Catherine, was struck by i dealers and agents In Lexington, wns machine driven by Ernest Vogt, 1382 declared ta be and in South Third street, knocked down and conflict with the Interstate commerce dragged fifteen feet. King was taken act In an opinion by James A. In n unconscious condition by the For assistant corporation counsel. Sixth District police to tho City Action was referred to Finance Comso convenient where It was found that he had missioner J. J. O'Brien and notice was suffered a double fracture of the left sent to the Board of Commerce, which leg and Injuries of the head and body, fathered the move for more protection Vogt wus arrested by Sergeant Moort for local merchants. and charged with malicious snsault s The Flavor Lasts KING PIN as you Frankfort. While- 200 prisoni were attending Bible class In the Sta Reformatory chapel three convicts, J. P. Munny, of Campbell County; Frank McFarland, of Fayette County, nnd Monty Guess, of Jefferson County) all white men, attempted to eurape- from the cell houso by going through the ventilator pipe which they found closed with Iron bars. They admitted at a court of Inquiry that they were making a dasli for liberty. sweet-scented "that good kind j 5; g V rger cities, notably New York, .villi this problem is the Item attached to leasing storage and paying salaries of officers rtl3 to prevent It being stolen. nsly. It was Indicated, It would necessary for the Government Ide for means of disposing of utraband liquor Instead of pcr-- j it to accumulate In large quan-- n large cities. Not all members Cabinet, it Is said, subscribe to liquor theory that confiscated d be poured Into gutters and sew-i- r otherwise destroyed. They con-- i that this liquor has an economic je aside from its value as a bev-.gand that it Is h ruthless waste . destroy any product for which law...... Mi succeed.. ... ful Uses can be found. Government officials already are aded In carrjlng Pulaski, Governor Mordressing themselves to the solut'on of row's homo county, by 400 votes. Participation of woman In the pri- this problem. Two methods of dispomaries for the first time In the history sition have been suggested. One Is to of the stale, nnd also their candidacies extract the alcohol from the liquor and for various oftlces added unusual In- to make it available for Industrial uses, terest to the voting. Results show that the other to market It for purposes that are legal under the prohibition they scored in a number of races. The only violence thus fur reported laws. The uttentm of the President In connection with election primaries and Cabinet members was directed, it Is a report from Rockcastle County, was learned, to n section of the Vowhere Deputy Sheriff William Anglld lstead law that prohibits transportation was shot twice when at the tanyard across in country of liquor In bond, ne Under a voting precinct where he undertook to matter for what purpose. arrest Charles King. Anglln, It Is said, strict interpretation of this section, it probably will die as a result of his Is said, the Govenimhent would not be able to ship liquor for legal uses. wounds. It was indicated that legislation WInnjrs of Interesting races and tlioso leading on the face of unofficial would be sought to remove these restrictions. It was learned that the Adreturns, are ns follows: ministration would not countcnauro Democratic Representatives, nhsuril laws dealing with enforcement, Clark County IL V. Thomas. notwithstanding the fact that there Scott George C. Waggoner. would be no relaxation id .carrying out Anderson Emery Eraser. the Intent of the prohibition act. ThU Daviess City, Brodle Payne. question of legitimate use Is being Daviess County, D. D. Thornbury. tried In various Courts, and the AdFleming Arthur S. Saunders. ministration will await the decisions narrlson II. C. Duffy. before taking action. In case the McLean T. C. Willis. Courts hold goods of this character to Meade William Boiling. be snbject to seizure, recommendaTodd Edgar lladden. tions for changes In the enforcement George W. Smltb. law may be made by the AdministraLarue-Nelso-n ' B. A. Muster. tion. A. Splllman. Oscar Vest. Murder Suspects Held. Boone-GraGarnett W. Tolln. Memphis, Tenn. Three of the four Bnicken-PendletoMartlri Lclght bandits who. It Is alleged, shot and E. E. Shannon. killed two officers before a motor comThomas J. Knight pany's plant recently, are now under Bourbon James S. Thompson. iirrest. Police express the belief that Barron G. W. Ellis. the fourth man they hold Is the lust Caldwell Reginald Rice. member of the "death qnartet." The Republican Winners For Reprethree under nrrest are from Memphis. They are T. T. Red Harris, 29 years sentatives. old, said to have been the driver of Allen County R. O. Hnntsman. the stolen car: Jesse C. Jones, 20, and Caldwell W. T. Carner. his brother, Orvllle Jones, 21. Muhlenburg A. J. McCnndless. Ohlo N. A. Jones. Taft Purchases Home. Christian W. B. Maioi.ey. Washington. Chief Justice William Crittenden-Livingsto- n R. E. Howard Taft has purchased the home of former Congressman Alvln T. FulBrcckinrUgo-HancocG. W. Newler, pf Massachusetts, at 2241 Wyomman. ing avenue. Northwest, It was learned Reuben Skaggs. Adair-Taylfrom reliable sources. The property, E. P. Murray. which Is considered to be one of the Thomas O. Holder. finest residences In the city, has been Democratic Senatorial Wlnn"rs. The held for $100,000, It District 2 J. E. Fisher, Benton. actual consideration was not learned. !1 James H. Coleman. Murray. C Talboit Berry, Morganfleld. Liner Hits Iceberg. 7 Hubert Meredith, Greenville. Christiana. The Norwegian steam32 IL B. Klnsolvlng, Jr- - Shelby-Tlllship Bergensfjord limped Into port here from New York, having 1)een dam15 T. E. King, Cynlhltna. aged by hitting an Iceberg while off 25 William J. Baxter, NlchoIasvlPe. John A. Logan, of Brownsville, was Cape Race during a dense fog. The the Republican Ccmraon wealth's At- fceberg humped the steamer below the torney winner In the Eighth District water line and one wing at the prodinners In the Decocratic Circuit peller was bent so that .the liner was forced to reduce Its speed. Judge's obtaining storage conlisinted liquor, especially In ie . . Literary Invention. "Tes, sir," said the author. "I figure I've got the one best seller of Take Aspirin only as told In each all history." "What's the plot?" Inquired the pubpackage of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then yon will be following lisher, donbtfully. "Never mind the plot," said the authe directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and thor. "Von know everybody skims and proved safe by millions. Take no jumps about In a book. Well. I've Just chances with substitutes. If yon see picked out the places they jump to, the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can and put 'em all In the first two chaptake them without fear for Colds. ters." a cry With of Joy the publisher cro- Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Headache, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and r braced the author and threw him out for Pain.' Handy tin boxes of twelve mo winuow uengnreuiy. tablets cost few cents. Druggists also That's the Way With Them! sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the Complimenting the Boston (Ga.) trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Bostnnlon on the purchase of a new Monoacetlcacldester of Sallcyllcacld. printing plant and Its Installation In Advertisement a new location, the Tifton Cazetta says: His "Diplomacy." "That Is the way with these news"I say, dad," piped the small boy, paper men ; as soon as they lay 'their "can I ask you a question?" "Yes; go ahead," replied the In- hands on a little money, strnlghtwny they spend It In building up the town dulgent lcd. "What's diplomacy, dad? I saw It and developing the community; trait's what Improving a newspaper mean In a book the other day." "Diplomacy, my boy," said dad. with smile, "means doing or Fine feathers do not make fine birds saying precisely the right thing at the for a pot pie. right moment." nope Is a dream n man has when "Ah! Then I was a diplomatist last night, dad." he Is nwake. "Really, my boy. How d'you make that out?" The Easy Way. "Why, when mum came In with the "Well, of nil the ways ot makln' a castor oil, I rolled Bobble Into my "I think litera place In bed nnd then rolled him back UvlnV said Blinks. easiest." before came round to the other ture Is about the mr. a patronizing she sldel" Chop Suey Romance. ll per." this young lady of the chorus?" "Yes," said, the millionaire defendJoys of Other Days. ant In a suit "What are we making?" "Ah I And these hieroglyphics at the "Sixty miles an hour. This Is the bottom of each letter are kiss marks, life, eh?" no doubt?" "I dunno. When I used to drive out "No," said the millionaire, with a In a buggy with a pretty girl, I ujsd- grim smile, "what you see Is merely affal-S- yenconragtwrV Chinese for 'Yours sincerely.'" Bir- to prolong the wi the horse to go slow." mingham breuch-of-proml4- Tou admit writing these letters to "The easiest?" "Yes. I've watched the fellers that do it. All a man's got to do Is to sit down nn slide his pen over the pa- 4 Oldham-TrlmbleA- Carroll-Gallliaf- c nt n Elllott-Lawren- Bath-Rowa- n , True. Nothing .Small About Her. Walter I know another thing 'Lady (In stationery store) I would about people who live In glass houses. like to look at a globe, please. William What's that? Clerk Do you want a small or large "They shouldn't cast reflections. size? Lady What Is the price of one in London Answers. the natural size? Bloodthirsty,. Ivan If you won't marry me, ni The Most Chipper Man. f"Who was It said that life la like a blow up this bouse and everyone In It Olga Oh. Ivan, you are just too poker game?" "Dunno, but he was ivrong, anyway. killing for anything. In poker It's the gayest man that has the blues." There would be fewer bachelors If they were not allowed to associate j Universal Trader with Pliws I Cultivator and other equipment- - Used with married men. I The only sure thing about the end thereof. one season only as Aacscr Ousastralsr. Perfect condition. Uausual bargain. life Is CD.WUBTZ 3377 Mica. MO At. LI NE WU-bor- n. k Butler-Edmonso- n CladasaM. Salt Casey-Russe- ll WOMEN OF MIDDLE LIFE A . e. Dangerous Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass Practical Suggestions Given by the Women Whose Letters Follow.i mau-I'ge- r. 7 11 George S. Wilson, Owensboro. James R. Mallory, Elkton. I. H. Thurmaa, Springfield. 19 Chnrles D. Newell, MnysUIIc. Fayette County William P. Kimball. 0 races follow: District 2 J. L. Price, Benton. f N. B. Hunt, Henderson. Holy War Proclaimed. Angora, Anatolia. A holy war has been proclaimed by the King of the Hedjnz us a measure for assisting the Turkish Nationalists in their fight against the Greeks in Asia Minor, it was announced here. Life Was Threatened. Canton. O. That Paul E. Kltzig, 20 years old, star witness for the Government In the prosecutlou of Canton and Cleveland men several month ago on dry-laviolation charges, who was murdered here, had received numerous threats against his life, It became known. Mrs. Augusta Kltzig, mother of the murdered man, told authorities that her son had informed her that his life had been threatened by a former associate. "Paul came home on a number of occasions nnd told me of these threats," Mrs. Kltzig said. A dispatch from Londan, Ky., states that Hiram J. Johnson has defeated Judge William Lewis for the Republican nomination, which Is equivalent to election, ns Circuit Judge In the Twenty-seventJudicial District, com- posed of Clay, Jackson and Laurel" Counties. Johnson's majority was at proximately 2,000. h " Age-Heral- Cause Panic in City. London. Moorish rebels are .reported to have arrived outside the walls ot Mclllla, causing a panic In the city, says a dispatch from Tangier. Deputy Shoots Relative. Williamson, W. Va. Another shooting, growing out, of the Industrial trouble being waged between the miners 'and operators in the Williamson field, was reported to Captain J. R. Brockus, of the State Police. Lawyer Cllne, a Deputy Sheriff, Is alleged to have shot Kenneth Cllne, a relative. The Deputy Sheriff was Indicted, together with the late Sid Hatfield and two score others, recently, charged with "shootlec up" the mining village of Mohawk. ' The Goat Miss Quiz Governess, why should people alwnys select ;thc serpent as the symbol of evil and badness? Governess Well, you Resourceful sec, the poor thing hasn't a leg to stand on. Vegetable Compound has done for me. During the Change of Life I was in bed for eight months and had two good doctors treating; me but they did me no good. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, whichldid, and in a short time I felt better. I had all kinds of bad spells, but they all left me. Now when I feel weak and nervous I take the Vegetabl Compound and it always does me good. I wish all women would try it during the Change of Life for I know it will do them good. If yoa think itwill induce some one to try the Vegetable Compound you may publish this letter' Mrs. A. Af ton, Tenn. Afton, Teen. "I want other suffering; women to 's know what Lydia E. Fink-ham- .No No trouble to serve satisfying hot coolcind breakfast or lunch, no food is Quite as or Wll-mor- Hos-pitn- l, Grape-Nutbody-ljuildin- President's Father Married. Alice; I Marlon, O. "Good-nighguess I'll see you again." With these words Dr. George Tyron Harding, 70 years old, father of President Harding, left bis bride. Miss Alice 52 years old, at the door of her home. Sir. Harding returned to his home It wns the climax to his elopement earlier In the day to Monroe, Mich. Dr. Hording and Miss Severns, who had been his stenographer and office attendant for years, left Marion, ostensibly to attend a medical meeting t, Sev-ern- s, Mrs. testimony to the value of Lydia C Pinkbam's Vegetable ComDonnd to carry women safely through the Change of Life. She says : "It is with pleasure that I write to yon thanking yoa for what your wonderful medicine has done for me. I was passing through the Change of Life and bad a displacement and weakness so that I could not stand on my Adrian, Emm, Mary lister of MIch.,adds h er , In Detroit i with, cream or lilk Full oF splendid nutrition. Its flavor and crlspness cl Served from the packade, char--n .dimmer the taste-- a splendid food.. - Angling Made Easy. A Callfornlan keeps n lake properly stocked with fish where anglers may throw their line and fish to their hearts' content by paying a fee for each fish caught It is much cheaper and Just as much fun as taking a long trip Into the country. T7Atw5 a. Reason? For Grape Nuts Sola vy grocers When Courage Failed Her. What Circus Director (Impatiently) In His Line. What Llee at Hand. In blazes Is the matter '.vlth Mile. Our grand business undoubtedly Is Dentist's Wife "John so enjoys CarrenzoT Why doesn't she get Into ' not to tee what lies dimly at a dis- working on our little country place,. the Hon cage? tance, but to do what clearly lies at There are so many stumps to pulf J Arena Hand She's afrald'to; there hand. Carlyle. Jr' tjim-w- . . moi'S Neatly Expressed. Dan was the sort that whined whenever he couldn't have his way. His brother, Avery, got out of patience with him one day and exclaimed to his mother: "That kid Is the most disagreeable one of the family, and everybody knows It but him." Not Real Sympathy. not sure my friend really sympathized when I told bbn my troubles." "He seemed Interested." Tes. But I think he was comparing notes and congratulating hlxiself on managing his affairs better than I did mine." Stray Stories. 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Plnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Massacltusett.. n r1 ' Tlila lwvoV vjritot Text-Boo- k .,. 3 K4 was betisr off with this conspirator dead; nor would I denounce Hie one who had tnUen his life. 1 OWINGST: J IMPROVED UNIFOV Iky. iirX I HORN hid tti knife In n pocket of my coat, itid hastened down the side street to .aril the nearest car line, my only desire Sund?y5chool T Error Committed by Wouldbe Thieves Awoke Neighborhood, but Owner Still Has Car. s15T?luidl)factai - Children Cry . r ATVi VtrSWSF IL .SSSk OF THE t- - tJi k. i SSVIXJ ; BE a mm wdf b - ' ft mw&w--- r THE STRANGE CASS CAVENDISH ILLUSTRATIONS' o o COPYRIGHT, Br RANDALL PARM3H author or MURDER1 Synopsis. In a New Tork Jewelry tore PliMp Severn. United States consuls.- - a Kent, notices a small box which attract him. He purchases It-Later ha discovers In a secret compartment a writing Riving a dew to a revolutionary movement In this country seeking to overthrow K peculiar ornament I hnd observed that evening In the girl's hat, or els-- Its 1 exact mate. recalled the quaint shape of the miniature hilt too clearly to be mistaken. Then this car was the one In which she had departed with e If Gusinve Alva two hours before. What had occurred In the meanwhile? Something serious evidently. The dagger on the floor would indicate n struggle, the Chilean government. The wrlt-tor at least n hasty departure from the mentions a rendezvous, and Severn decides to tmeatlgate. Findvehicle. ing the place mentioned In the writI stood staring nt It. slowly compreing apparently deserted. Severn hending the probable meaning of those xislt a saloon In the vldnlty. A woman In the place is met by a e dark stnlns on the blade. Their man. seemingly by appointment, could not be determined In so and Severn, his suspicions aroused, dim a light, yet when I touched thorn fettotrs them. They go to the meeting place, an abanwith my finger It boenme discolored. doned Iron foundry At the renMy God! could It be blood? Wood! It dezvous Severn Is accepted as one Was blood ; then this had been a scone f the conspirators and admitted. of tragedy, of nwful crime perhaps. He meets a stranger who addresses htjn as Harry Ia!y. The Incident The discovery sickened ine but I had ptays Into Severn's hands and he to go nn. I wrenched open the foraccepts H. His new acquaintance ward door nnd peered fearfully withla a notorious thief. "Gentleman in. I could not hut know instnntly florge" Harris. Concealed, Severn dears the girl address the conspirawhat I saw a dim, huddled form tors. She urges them to hasten the leaning forward across ;he steering-wheel- , work of revolution. The girl disone hand yet on the spokes, covers Severn listening. She accepts his explanation of his preswith head dangling helplessly, upheld erve and asks him (o reset her next only by contact with the windshield. day. He tells her his name Is Daly. I knew the man was dead before I She Is "Miss Conrad." Harris Intouched the cold hand; his very posforms him of a scheme he haa to secure ll.OOO.ino. the revolutionary ture told that nnd how he had died; fund, and offers to "split" with him, Instnntly. from a stab In the back. I Severn accepts. Severn learns t could not see bis fentiires, tlio darkwas his new friend and a "Captain ness hid them, but desperation drove Iva" who had lost the box which started Mm on the trail. Harris me to pass my hand over the conMetis hha the woman Is Marie Gees, cealed face; the upturned mustache, ler. He arranges to meet Severn the exposed teeth, grinning Ironically next day at Tom Costlgan's saloon. in death. left no, doubt as to who he was the Chilean soldier nnd nttnche. Captain Alvn. The nwful horror of It CHAPTER VI Continued paralyzed my very brain. She must 9 If so. who then was "Miss Conrad?'' have done this! That girl must htive Not Marie Gessler, certainly, under killed him! Hut why? for what reaanother name, for she would hare re- son? fortwhat purpose? Could it have turned to Washington. There was no been In answer to Insult? Hnd the his advances once denbt as to that, for Alva had agreed man dared to to take her direct to the depot In his they were alone? nnd had she reown car, and would scarcely leave un- sisted? I would not question his intil she was safely on the train. Prob- clination, yet this was not possible. ably the other woman was a confed-ernte- f The knife lay on the floor behind him. from Just as plucked, with whom she would communicate by telephone. My clearer Judg- the (wound. The girl, then, was not ment told me nil this, made me fully conscious of the danger of keeping this appointment, yet never swerved me from an Intention to do so. Mnrle Geasler's eyes were frank and honest ; they had lookvd directly into my own, pleadingly I Imagined, and I retained a blind faith la her no ordinary clr-- 1 cunistnnees woaid overcome. She was Involved In this criminal conspiracy there could- - le no doubt as to that ' but why? under what conditions? ever have driven so wom anly a woman to such an association? ' i as her appeal to me an effort at assistance? Was she blindly endeavoring to learn In this way If I was worthy of trust, and confidence? This hope would not down; It remained Insistent, persistent. I would keep my word; I would go to the place desig nated, at the hour set; I would go armed, prepared for whatever might occur of treachery but I would go. Perhaps here was the key to the whole mystery; and .once I solved her connection with the plot, particularly If It absolved her from blame, and the necessity of exposure. I cotild go forward with clear conscience, and land pns blood-staine- vMms&ssmm being to escape Hint nclghb t'rhood as swiftly as possible. Ry a quarter of three I wns safely In my room nt the hotel, for the first time feeling n sense of real security. Yet It wns not to sleep. I did not even undress, except to remove my s wet before Hinging myself on the lied. My brain wouldn't rest, nnd 1 lay there staring up at the relllng. while my mind reviewed over and over again every Incident of the night, nnd plnnued for the morning. How would the murder of Alvn affect the plot I had started to overcome? Would It continue under some other leadership? Who? And the money? what would become of that? What readjustment of plans would Harris consider necessary? Once I knew his conception of the situation. I could better regulate my own nctlon. Meanwhile the only safe course wns to re main still, nnd profess Ignorance. Then I hnd the engagement nt 217 Le Compto street that might reveal something of Importance to help me soho the problem. I got up, removed the dagger from my pocket, and examined It In the electric light. It was n toy weapon, yet sufficiently dangerous, for nil thnt, nnd I looked nt It with n sense of horror. How could a woman hnve ever thrust even that keen blade with one blow through to the heart? Yet the evidence wns before me. Those dark stnlns were blood human Wood-d- ried now. but unmlstnknble In their proof of crime. I washed the steel, leaving the blade bright nnd polished; then wrapped It carefully, nnd hid It away nt the very bottom of my bag, locking the latter against possible by a curious maid. I felt relieved once I had the weapon out of sight. The morning papers contained nc reference to the tragedy the body of the dead man had not been found In time. There would be noise enough when It wns, no doubt, for Alva must hnve been widely known nnd ranked as of some Importance. Even If his Identity was never established. If no suspicion was aroused ns to his position, nnd secret work In this country, yet the very mitsry of the case would create a sensation. But perhaps he hnd papers on his person of value. I regretted not having searched his pockets. Then the conviction came thnt possibly here might bo the true solution of the murder n desire to secure some documents the man carried. I went down to Costlgan's place on foot, not being entirely wrtnln of the exact location. It was nn ordlnnry comer saloon, with n stn'rway lending hours to rooms nbove. In the the barroom was nearly deserted, but the man at the bar, looMng me over cautiously, said that "Mr Parker" hnd already gone out, an-- had left no word as to when he wo'fld return. I was rather glnd. yet I left a telephone number, with a rCjuest that I lunever he cane back. L be called waited Impatiently for the call In. my room, but none enme. It dawned upon me thnt In all probability Harris wns frantically endenvorlng to find the wherenbouts of Alva, as yet hnvlng no suspicion of his death. I telephoned Costlgan's, but "Mi- - Parker" hnd not outer-garment? these others where they justly be- longed. I must have covered four or five Mocks Immersed In such thought, ald Dagger. It Was a Long, most forgetful of my surroundings, my head bent tow before the rain, my even riding beside him; she could not feet carelessly Blasting through the bo to have dealt such n blow she water In pools on '.he sidewalk. I met must have been alone In the rear seat. no one, "heard no ftuid to arouse me; There In .the dark, unnoticed by the all about was dafk, desplate, forlorn. man driving, she 'had leaned forward, Then suddenly I ttcflme conscious of and driven that sharp blade unerringsome unusual obstruction Just ahead. ly home to the heart. He had nothing In time to raise even At first I took It f or n wrecked wagon lying against the curb, but another an arm In Then, dazed, step forward revealed the truth a de- frightened by her terrible deed, forgetful even of the knife In her terror, serted touring car. Its red plastered with mud, and barely visible.' she had dashed It to the floor and fled I approached with a feeling of relief; Into the darkness, leaving the rear It was not wrecked, no sign of acci- door open behind her. That was the sfory; that must be dent was to be noticed. Even In that dim light I could see the machine was the story. My mind pictured the scene no common car, a sedan. Its glass bril- In all Its horror. Xet what could acliant In spite of the rain spatters, and count for such an act? What cause could transform this woman, this Its paint gleaming brightly. girl. Into a murderess? I stared about wonderlngly, but smlllng-facccould perceive nothing to account for Her leaving that weapon behind the presence of such a car, or Its ap- would seem to proclaim that the deed parent desertion. Up and down both was done In baste, on the spur bf the streets not a figure moved; not a' moment; that It bad' not been In any sound reached me but the slough of way premeditated and planned. Oththe wind, and the patter of rain. I erwise she would have guarded shivered with the loneliness of It all. against such danger of discovery. ts curiosity led me to cross the muddy Why, that carelessness alone might parkway to assure myself as to what ruin every hope of escape, might bring her to the electric chair It was this strange desertion meant There was no one In the car. I damning evidence. I dare not remain there In the could look straight through the dimmed windows, against the'glare of presence of this grisly spectacle. To a street lamp a block away. One of be found would fasten the hideous the rear doors stood half open, and, crime upon me, while such a story as tempted by It. I bent) over and felt I must tell would never be believed. I within. My nand touched some ob- did not know even who 6he really was, ject on the floor, and I Instantly or where she might be. I cared nothstraightened up with the thing ing for Alva's death; horrible as It gripped In my fingers. It was a long, was, I was conscious of no regret, but dagger an d ornament I must not be mixed up In the affair. rather than a weapon with an odd, The only thing for me to do was to fanciful hilt. There were stains upon disappear, and leave the police to the polished steel; and the moment I make their own discovery. And the taw It, I knew where It had attracted knife? the weapon which had done my attention before as a pin In Ma- the deed? What should I do with Thln-Bladee. tall-ligd thln-blade- returned. I sent out for a noon edition, eaT-lscanning Its columns, but flndliiC nothing. Surely the deserted car, with Its grim burden, must have been discovered before this. The police must have suppressed the news to' enable them to work In secret; hcj might have found some evidence In the dead man's pockets, or In the dark recesses of the car, by which they still hoped to capture the assassin. I remember eating In a basement restaurant, where I was totally unknown; and then departing for the rendezvous on Le Compte street. 1 npproached the number given with serious misgivings. If the police were actually on the trail, some knowledge of this place might be In their possession, and I could not be too cautions. There Is no "Miss Conrad." (TO BE CONTINUED.) NOTES CONVERTED INTO PULP Millions of Dollars In Wornout Cur. rency Destroyed Every Week In Small English Village. A lonely village Is In Kent, England, the scene of the destruction of ten tons of treasury notes every Monday. The average face value of the notes destroyed amounts to $100,000,000. The banks and postmasters determine when the life of a treasury note shall end. If In the opinion of a banker or postmasfer a note has become worn out, It Is sent to the Bank of England. There a triangular cut Is bottom corner made In the right-hanof the note, and it is then sent. In company with millions of Its fellows, to the chief money order department f the d post ofllce In Holloway. Every day more than a ton of defunct currency notes are delivered from the Bank of England to the money order department In Holloway. The notes are then defaced, made up into bundles of a thousand and put Into sacks. On Monday the sacks containing millions of the defunct currency notes are put into vans and dispatched to their destruction In Kent, where they are converted Into pulp. rie Gessler's hat. CHAPTER VII. I come Tangled. I grasped the thing In my hand, holding It up Incredulously Into whatever faint light I could find. There was no question as to Its Identity; I Mold not doubt. This was the same Seek Miss ConradThe Threads Be- Thirty Days. An athletic young fellow In Australia went on a tear and landed in the police court. The magistrate Inquired what the prisoner's occupation was. "He's a professional football player," that? said his counsel, "He plays outside I did not hesitate long. I would right for his team." "Oh, he does, does he?" replied the protect her from discovery If I could ; at least until I was myself convinced magistrate. "Well, then, we must of her guilt. There was no longer change his position. He'll be left Inthe slightest doubt In my mind but side for the next month." what this was her act. Everything pointed straight toward her. Yet .He that passeth by and meddletb there might be a reason, a worthy with strife belonging not to him. Is like cause, and, in any case, she had dcoie one that taketh a dog by the ea fo a service to the country. The world ible. present law after-theatparties are Impossible. Now, while drinks must be ordered in restaurants before midnight, patrons may have until 12:50 to consume their liquors If they desire to avail themselves of the privilege. Coincident with the announcement that John Barleycorn Is getting almost his pre-wfooting In England, the house of lords voted down an attempt by Lord As tor to' establish state control of the liquor traffic. The aieosure was defeated mainly by a speech of the lord rtiancellnr. EXTEND HOURS OF DRINKING ent. Under the new measure London f saloons will be allowed to dispense liquors between the hours of 11 a. m. Concessions Md to Thirsty and 11 p. m., but must remain closed ers by Measure Passed by for three hours diring that period. the House of Commons. Hotels and restaurants will be permainly for the benefit of tourAmerica Is debating mitted, London. While ists, to serve drinks until midnight applied prohibition, the results of provided that food Is also served to London Is to be granted a nine-hothe customer. drinking day under a new bill The hotel and restaurant feature Is In the house of commons. new drinking hours will take the designed' In order to remove the re )f.' the six and a half hours In proach of .Americans that London Is di liking t UlpermUtedBt-pre- s theidullestdtrfn Europe.TUnitr the 75' ' j The Incident wns nt first mnddenlng, but eventually there developed n I8y IU. II KITZWATKIt. n. D.. humorous nnd profitable touch. Dwellers-ithe thirty-thre- e hundred Teacnrr of English lllblo In the Moody HiMe Institute of CIiIchko block on Highland uvenuo were sleepI!U1, Western Newsimper t'nlnn.) ing Koiuiilly, for it wns 3 in the morning. Suddenly in front of house 3341 LESSOR h,R AUGUST 21. an el"trlc motor car horn started shrieking. And that shriek continued. "Sounded like somePAUL ahes one was slain' on the button," one -- wWQUEST. neighbor nflerwurd remarked. L.FSSON T'JXT Acts B.I: IS 5. One by one disgruntled sleepers GOMlKN 'jfBXT llut we brllevs that nmhled out of front doors, garbed In through ttv grace of the Ixrl Jcaus nil manner of night dres, n contractor, Clir'st we s Jail lie saved. -- Acts 13:11. 2:11-still bedecked In his winter flannels, MATEKlAL-Oa- l. i:.h 2:4descended profanely from nn upstairs TOPIC-So- ms ot Paul's sleeping porch. Some few had donned I'lMMAI'.Y Helpers. Jl'NIOR TOPIC ltesl lining of the Sec trousers. Those few composed the ond MlMlinary Journey. committee of Investigation. 1NTKKMEDIATK AND SENIOR TOPIC Facts ascertained by the Investiga -- IteMsltlnc Friends In Asia Minor. tion committee : YOl'NO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Thieves had attempted to stenl the Paul Champions Christian Liberty. motor cur. In their efforts to unlock I. The Controversy In the Church at the lock on the steering gear with n key of their own a wrong connection Antloch (vv. This illtllculty wns a most serious wns made. They had stnrted the horn. one. foi It threatened the disruption And onee stnrted, apparently they of the church lata Jewish and (ientile couldn't get It stopped. That wns all. cllvislom. Kansas City Stur. Hon was, "Shall Gentile conThe verts in'red to keep the Mosaic Radiophone Music. Inw i iidltlon of salvation?" This It nppears very much ns though we drought on by the coming are on the verge of n new era In radio Issue men from Jerusalem who communication, f eert. radiophone nnmejy deelared. 'Except ye be circumcised music for the home. The Idea. In brief. Is after the iiianner of Moses, ye cannot to hnve radiophone stations at central be saved" (v. 1). The ueMlon wns so points sending out concert music ns difficult that Paul and Hnnialias were well ns speeches nnd lectures via radio, unable to put them to silence. These nnd compact nnd simple radio receiv Jewish legalists had the letter of the ing sets In various homes, clubs and Scriptutes on their side; they could so on to Intercept the waves. Already where there are several radiophone point to the commandments stations tills wns enjoined upon believers ((!en. In operation, nnd nt least one wire 17:1-1)1'nul could not iolnt to any less company has developed a receivScripture where it had been ing set made In the form of n cabinet If I'aul could plead that Abra- phonograph. Incorporating a concealed ham was 1i filled before he was telephone unit, so thnt ' n antagonist could sny. the music, speech, lecture or other the rite radiophone "Yes, er Justification transmission can be heard . impoeiI." The brethren throughout n room. It Is believed by wns dl' at Antlo ' I Hed to refer tho matter rndio men that leading manufacturers to the nn-''hurch nt Jerusalem. Ac- of radio equipment will see fit to main cordingly I'nul and Bnrnnlms nnd tain radiophone concert and lecture others wet sent ns a deputation to sen-icefor their patrons. Scientific Jerusalem. American. 'jj - ons of the Council II. The (vv. Greeeing' the World. He Wi (vv. 1. I'eter's Two children were talking. argued that t!od hnd home witness to "Whnt Is It that makes day and Ills acceptance of tl.- - fientiles by giving the Holy Spirit tp them the same night, anywny?" said one. "Well, you see, the earth turns Since, therefore. ns unto the Jews. the Hod hail not put n dlf'erence It would around on an axle." answered be folly for them to do so. (tod's other. 'Do yon mean to sny thnt the earth action In sending I'eter unto them was the unanswerable proof that there wns turns around nnd around?" "Yes. What arc you laughing nt?" no distinction to be made. "I wns Just, thinking how funny It 2. I'aul nnd nnrnahns rehearse their experience (v. V2). They told how that would be If the axle got rusty nnd the God had set His senl of npprovnl upon earth stopped." 'Why. the nxle couldn't get rusty; their preaching of salvation by grace through faith npart from works, by the they keep It oiled all the time." "Where do they oil It. In China?" working of signs nnd wonders through "No; In Greece." Chicago Herald them. .?. The argument of Jnmes (w. 14- - and Examiner. 21). He took the fnct declared hy How to Tell. refer nnd showed iiow It harmonized It Is quite easy to tell how long a He with the prophecy of Amos. showed thnt the reception of the Gen; man has been married by the way he tiles wns not In conflict with God's speaks to his wife. If he says "My thnt mentis thre plan, hut In strict harmony there- darling wife." with. God's plan for the ages Is ns months; "wifey," tlx months; "the follows: (1) Taking out from among vlfe," one year; "Mrs. Hlnnk," two or the Gentiles a people for Ills name three yenrs; "the missus," five or six (v. 14). Ibis Is what Is now going on yenrs; "mother," seven years; "my the culling out of the 'church. (2) better half," ten years; "the old lady," After the church Is completed and re- twenty years; "grandma," twenty-nin- e yenrs; moved the, Israelltlsh nation will he years; "Mrs. Rluiifc." forty-tw- o ?ane," fifty years. Portland Oregon- converted .and restored to their land and privileges hy the Lord himself Ian. at His return (vv. 10, 17). (3) Follow Ing this will be the conversion of the Candles on Birthday Cakes. world through the agency 'of con The custom of placing candles on a verted Israel (v. 17; cf. Itom. 11: 15). birthday cuke one for euch year-co- mes His Judgment was that the Gen from Germany. The Germans tiles should not be troubled with placed a thick one In the center, called things that are Jewish, but should be Lebensllcht. the light of life. Only he warned against the perils of heathen- or she who declares his or her birth Ism, such ns meat offered to Idols, day may put out the light of life; it fornlcntion, nnd blood. Is unlucky If done by any other member III. The Decision (vv. of the family. The lights are symbols The mother church nt Jerusalem ami Its portions the years. For came to a unanimous agreement and of life persons advanced In years one candle accepted the resolution offered by do duty, as otherwise too many, James. They not only sent a letter must stating the decision of the conference, would be required. but took the wise precaution to send Stick to Wooden Clothet-Pln- . Influential men along with Paul nnd Barnabas to bear the same testimony About 30,000,000 feet of lumber hy word of mouth. This letter deeach year Is used In the manufacture nted the authority of the Judnlzlng e clothes-pins- . There has been no teachers (v. 24), and declared the Improvement In ttoc art of manufacturmethod by which this" decision had ing clothes-pin- s for 40 years. The been reached (vv. method was Invented In New HampIV. The Second Missionary Journey shire, and nearly, tf not all, the maBegun (15:3(1; 16:5): chines now In use were manufactured 1. Contention over John Mark (w. New Englanders have been there. Paul was suspicious of SInrk the originators of most of the methbecause of his desertion on the former ods used In woodworking, and so far Journey. Rarnabns took Mark and as clothes-pin- s are concerned have not sailed to Cyprus. Paul chose Silas and been surpassed. went through Syria and Clllcla confirming the churches. The Lord thus Self Protettlon. overruled It to good, for It gave an "I'm thinking of taking up golf, as opportunity for wider dissemination my doctor ndvlscs." of the gospel. Would you care to have "Good I 2. Finding Timothy (16:1-5This me recommend a caddy?" was at the very place where Paul on "Yes, preferably one with no sense his first Journey had endured cruel of humor," Birmingham stoning. Timothy wns with Paul through much of his work ever afterA Promise. ward, a great blessliig to him. Glayds I hope, dearest, that yon will never contract any debts. Hezeklah, the Builder. Jack Never. And the rest of the acts of Hese-klaGladys Jack, are you sure7 and all his might, and how he Jack Positive; I always expand made a pool, and n conduit, and them. brought water Into the city, are they not written In the book of the chronCINCINNATI MARKETS. icles of the kings of Judah? II Kings 20:20. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white Gl62c, No. 3 The Pure and the Defiled. 4 white 5859c, No. Unto the pure all things are pure; white 60Clc. No. No. 4 yellow CO 3 vellow 62K!c, but unto them that are defiled and 61c, No. 2 mixed 00061c. unbelieving Is nothing pure; but even Sound Hay Timothy per ton ?21.50, their mind and conscience Is defiled. clover mixed $17.50. Titus 60:15. No. Wheat No. 2 red $1.23 He Didn't Know Her. 3 red ?L2.)01.27, No. 4 red ?1.2214. "SI Willow, who married the widow Butter, Eggs and Poultry. they said had a sweet temper and Butter Whole milk creamery extras lots of money. Is goln' to sue for a 47c, centralized extras 45c, firsts 40c, divorce." fancy dairy 33c. "On what grounds?" Eggs Extra firsts 33c, firsts 31c, Identity." "Mistaken New York ordinary firsts 26c. Sun. t Live Poultry Broilers 2 lbs and over 27c. fowls 4 lbs and over 24c, Too Soon to Be Certain. The Paying Teller Do you know under 4 lbs 2021c, roosters 14c. this lady? Live Stock. Mr. Justwed Really. I can't say. Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.7." I've been married to her only a 09.50, fair to good $050 7.75, common month. Detroit News. to fair $4 6.50, heifers, good to choice fC.508.75, fair to good $5.5006.50, common to fair ?45.50; canners $1(!J Real Meaning of Thrift. The thrifty man Is not necessarily 2, stock heifers $45, stock steers $5 6.50. a miser. Thrift means more than boarded dollars. It embraces not only Calves Good to choice $S.509, fair spending less than we receive, but the to good $7 8.50, common and large $3 6. Investment of our savings In enterprises which yield returns not only to Sheep Good tocholce $3.505, fair ourselves, but to the public at large. common $11.50, to good $203.-50- , lambs, good to choice $10.75041, fair to good $7010.75. Airing the Babies, At an Infants' home In Bedford, Hogs Heavy $10010.50, choice Eng., the babies are loaded into cart- - packers and butchers $10.75011, melike perambulators for their afternoon dium $10.75, common to choice heavy airing, each little vehicle holding six fat sows $7.75,. light shippers $11.25, pisajtyo lbs and Jess) $0011.50. and being In charge of one nurse. L. 3son 1 1 n (. Bp J Him r:r blood-curdlin- g for world iiil a AictabklVcparauofl&fAS', t ALCOU0L-3PERCEinrj rsimilntinttcroodbyEcittU.; 'llnfilheSlomicaSandBafly Thereby PromoUnfimc5 Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it tharto use is more reasonable for an infant to -- leepwith grown-up- s a man's medicine ;in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Ueither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. , Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think ofgiving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for grown-upREAD s. BOOKLET -. ' ChccrfuIncssaiiancsLwa-"-- ; . RcffliexOptam.Morphtocnor; i mcroLNoTNAncoTic jaifta "V Srtma ' II Aim A W helpful Kcnieayi". n HWrishnessand 11! 4"i .r.i-mmrrulUnrcfrctnjnM MOTHERS SHOULD THE THAT 13 AROUXD EVERY BOTTIE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORU GENUINE M CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS SBTSBBBSTSBBBBn Exact Copy of Wrapper. Crossed Ocean on Raft. Jeremiah Mullane, last member of the trio that won fume In the summer of 1S07 uhen they arrived In Southtrip ampton, Knphind. after a from 'New York on n life raft equipped with a sail, died recently In I'assnlc. N. J., at the tise of seventy-eighCapt. John Mikes nnd George Sillier, botii of New York, who made Hie trip with Mullnne, died several years ago. Their raft, the Nonpareil, was only 22 feet lone and 12 feet wide, nnd their successful trip across the Atlantic wns hniled throughout the world as n great feat nnd won favor for the men with y t. . THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. nbro-gnte- g 1 . - s C1 Queen Victoria. Y. W. C. A. In Constantinople. In the presence of a large number of distinguished guests both In political and educational circles, a new service center was opened recently In Stnraboul, the old city of Constantinople, by thu Y. VV. C. A. Speeches were made In both English and Turkish. The house and garden obtained for the center are both attractive and well adapted to their new use, as well as conveniently situated. Another meeting and recreation place which the Y. XV. C. A. has provided for Constantinople girls Is a spacious garden on the beautiful sea of Marmora. It I as been rented from a wealthy pasha to serve aa a summer camp. Of Course. I wonder who has been In the sugar bowl while I was out? Kllzabeth (four years old) Well, 1 hope you don't suspect me. You know I'm too big to get In such a little thing as that. Detroit News. Mamma Nothing Serious. "Forty young fellows In love with her without arousing any responsive emotion." . "A vampire?" "Their school teacher." ? Sure BE warn 6 Bell-an-s Relief Hot water Sure Relief LL-A- NS INDIGESTION one-thir- d &fby's First Thought. Do you knowwhen a baby( begins to think? Ilobson Yes ; mine began to think I ought to walk the floor with him when Steady Young Feller. "They tell me that your boy. Josh, he was a week old." has grown to be a ralddlin" wild young One little tombstone may tell a- big feller since he come back from trav eling nround with them marines," said story. Farmer Brown to bis neighbor. "Wa-l-l,- " Good liars are scarce, but some ara drawled the father, "he ain't exactly what I'd call wild. He's very sfclllfol. been goln' t the movies a coupla times a week, smoked cigarettes, drinks a right smnrt lot of lemon sody, and has started to collect pictures of them show actresses. But I reckon the boy ain't bad he's Just sowln' his wild oats." The Leatherneck. r;nson - WATCH THE BIG 4 er Stomach-Kidneys-He&rt-Liv- Imported. Of the newsprint paper used by American newspapers only Is made In the United States from wood grown In this country. The rest Is either Imported or made from imported wood or pulp. The 'United States has enormous forest resoi.. In her northwest and In Alaska. If pulp mills were properly located to handle the raw material. Much Newsprint Citizen Worth While. xKeep the rlttf organs healthy by "Every man should aspire to serve regularly 3 the world's standhis country," remarked the perpetual f r kidney, live', ard ret. candidate for office. -- 1 - : acid troubles "I quite ngree with you," said Sir. bladd Dnhwalte, "hut he ought not to let get such strangle hold on him earning"vb M Jiici25 ts a living. My "' oer.-'- who Is also a t, mlugham ,' am-r-'M- COLD MEDAL - 1 , Age-lleral- If You Need a Medicine tiie Best You Should Have Figure It Out. Young Lady Do you know where John Smith lives? Policeman Yes; the third house on The Rational R- centuries and endorssil by Qnesn WlLheJ-ml- n. At all druggists, three sizes. took for lis nun Gold MU oa snssy baa sad accspt no Imludoo - Jt Holla nd.fot ). ). ). ). Have you ever stopped to reason why it is that so many products that are extensively advertised, all at once drop oat The of sight and are soon forgotten! reason is plain the article did not fulfill This the promises of the manufacturer. applies more particularly to a medicine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative value almost sells itself, as like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need of it. A prominent druggist says "Take for example a Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roopreparation I have sold for many years recommend, for in and never hesitate to almost every case it shows excellent results, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy has so large a sale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success of Dr. is due to the fact, Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t so many people claim, that it fulfills almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder ailments; corrects urinary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. You. may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Roo- t by Parcels Post. Address Dr. Kilmer &, Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention this paper. Large and medium size bottles for sale at all drug stores.Advertlsement t, the next block. left-han- d side of the street In the Young Lady But which Is the of the street In the next block? I'm a stranger In the city. 1,000,000 Ralph will case? Gerald Oh. they settled that to the satisfaction of the lawyers on both sides. j "Ah I Anybody else get anything?" London Answers. J PALMER'S LOTION SOAP CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL PALMER'S LOTION , Nothing Left. How about that AND I USE IT. ALL DRUGGISTS. WMAJfTTSDSV SOLON PALMER urn mm. j No Hope for Him. He Can you give me no hope? She None whatever; I'm going to FOK fU.LK Slotk in tha Oil Fllds DTel. marry you. Boston TranscrlpL opmetrt ComtMugr of Kentucky at ons cQl hare. Also In tha Rtalcratt Pletnra Corporation ot Ntw Tork at SzS.OO a shais pra One can. say "Don't be In a hurry" ftrrcd. and a bonus of S2S.0A common atock. In such n way that In three" minutes Address BOX 111. ANDALUSIA. ALABAMA. thp guest Is gone. Pesky Bed-Bug- s "mm Age-Heral- h, Ups and Downs. Two men, strnngers to each other, sat side by side In a suburban train. Finally, one turned to the other and became confidential. "I," he said Impressively, "am a starter of elevators ' In h city skyscraper. When I signal them to go up, they go up. And your line Is ?" "I," said the other, "am an underWhen I signal them to go taker. down, they go down." The American Legion Weekly. Q. Try Just once- P. Pesky Devils Quletus-a- s a preventive or to rid Bed Byes, Roaches. Fleas and Ants. Every family should use P. D. Q. house clean! ns time to guard against the Pesky Devils and to prevent moths. P. D. Q. Is not an Insect powder, but Is a new chemical that kills Insects and their eggs. Each package contains, free, a patent spout, to enable you to get places to the and saves the Juice. A 35 cent package makes ons quart, enough to kill a million insects and their eggs. Your druggist has It or can get It for you. Mailed prepaid upon receipt ofprtee by the Owl Chemical works, Terr Haute. Ind. hard-to-get-- P. D. Q. D. Western Canada offers to home seekers opportunities that cannot be secured elsewhere. The of farmers from the United States who have accepted Canada's generous eSer to settle on FREE hotnestesds or buy farm land la her provinces have been well repaid by bountiful cropaThere Is still available oa easy teraa Land of Prosperity thnde. land similar to that which thronsh maay years haa yielded from 20 to 43 bushels of wheat to the acre oat a, barley sad flax also in great abundance, while ralaiaa horses, cattle, sheep and hoes esually profitable. Hundreds of farmers initWestern Canada have raised crops in a sinale season worth more than the whole cost of their land. With such success comes prosperity. Independence, good homes sad all the comforts sad conveniences which maka life worth living. are sources ox Income second only ts growing and stock raising. Attractive climate, good neighbors, churches and. schools, eocd markets, railroad rural telephone. etc FartXaLaml at SIS U $31 m Ans Farm Cardans, Poultry, Dairy bis; Spare the Moth and Spoil Your Cloth For certifies ta entitling yoa to r nuced railway rates, illustrated liters, ture. maps, description of farm opportunities S Manitoba. Saskatchewan wrUe W. S. NETHERT R, B2. Utsrarsaa Station ColamBos, Okie Got rid of this most destructive house pest by Turn About. mlnj MOTHENE. Why bay moth Blx "Do you ever have your own balls, whea these snow-whit- e crystals that erspo-ra- ta with a pleasant odor ara mora off ectlra?' At hat blocked?" Dlx "Sure; generally for fifty cents. about a year after I have my "block all druggists, er can sent post-pai- d i 1 mi hatted." RIGHT METHOD OF TRAINING The Organic Laboratories Company Bid. SUl Clifton Ara. daeUnatLOUa Youngster of Bojd Spirit Does Not Need Curb So Much as Inculcation of Courtesy. spirit Is Invaluable, but an Impertinent manner Is an abomination In n child, says the Philadelphia EveAnd parents, unconning Bulletin. sciously, are many times nt fault, and actually Inculcate boldness In their little ones, quoting their clever remarks while the children are around. Insisting that they "show off' some A bold Stralaed, Swollen Tea Will raduca iRflaned, 80 Years Old Now Feels Young After Hascles. Stops the Lub en ess and pala from a Sella!, Side Bone or Boae Spavis. Describe your case for special Instructions and Interesting horse Book 2 A tree. t. TOUSG. bfc. H Tirol. SU SsnsAH. Him. deai, Llganents, or No blister, no hair gone and horse can be used. $2.50 bottle at druggists or dalivsred. Was Sick accomplishment. The forward youngster Is not apt to be brighter than the shy one. but he receives the credit because of his readiness to do and to talk. Perhaps nature's recompense for less ability is the courage to exploit what one has. Sheer Initiative alone with, of course, sufficient ability to back It up Is bound to make a leader. Do not too summarily curb the youngster with the bold spirit rather train hlmIn, courtesy and In common sense and so teach him the valueless--nes- s of foolhardiness. TRUNKS FOR "I had sour stomach ever since I had the grip and It bothered me badly Have taken Eatonlc only a week and am much better. Am 80 years old," says Mrs. John Hill. Eatonlc quickly relieves sour stomach. Indigestion, heartburn, bloating aad distress after eating because It carries out the Suitcases takes up aridgases which causeexcess acidity and most FROM FACTORY and save stomach ailments. If you have "tried BUY middleman profits. FREE illustrated everything' nd still suffer, do not give up hope. Eatonlc has brought relief, to catalogue mailed upon request. tens of thousands like you. A big box ELITE TRUNK FACTORY. Sprig Valley, R costs but a trifle with your druggist's guarantee. SUE-Jia- li, Your Ford Sun IJko a Tha Ford Speederator tor ti.Ot Sires universal satiitactlon. or money refunded. J. S. W. Cawthon, Andalusia, Ala. a iihwiitahw CALIFORNIA'S BEST FRUIT LAND. tlO an acre: snail tracts. Send tor booklet. J .t If II. D.. COSBT. 10 East SC. San Francisco. Taking Eatonlc for Sour Stomach Packard. f, ftra sihiraa ATI Ur iimii rial i S4 1QK "isjaarjr -- mnmm' s h - , - i, - . .. .inp to net of KyM X KY. I'ost-d-cln- ts xiattnr. , JOK'S lows : .x Months n i Year fl.50 7fr. ... 45c. I'brrc Months E. D. THOMPSON. Sringsville. - - - Kentucky. THrilSDAY. AUOrST IS. 1H21. " For County Judge RW1XO COKNT.K For Sheriff S. M. BSTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning and Mason H. Botts. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY D. V. DOfiGETT For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARNES Deputies: Charles Bristow anil ClifT Hendrix.. rtr Tax Commissioner TH05LS I.. JOKES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Uetli and Tlios. Croweh, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON Fr Jailer ' For Representativs VAN Y. GREEK. For Circuit Judge. HENRY R. l'REWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. V. C. HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE Gth DISTRICT. CLAUDE ST A TON. CHARLES MYERS SALT LICK Misses Florence Huxliol and Mary Frances Sarycnt from Christian church orphan home at Iiouisville name last Tuesday to he quests of Ladies Aid of thai denomination at this place. A larpe crowd is expected to attend the convention of 'all the Sunday Schools of Bath county to lie held a? this place Friday AupM 10th. Thieves broke into Simon Fricd's tiiizht and store on last Wodne.-da- y carried away a lot of poods. Mr. and M- -. Nm. V:.'n nr.! children Mr. and Mrs Will Ijro and several others from Ohio came here on a campinp trip and went from here to Yale where they camped two days startimr for their home on STEPSTONE iHoinor iripioti preached a: I'olksvillo last Sunday inoriiiti"; anil Mr- -. V. M. Aiulor-m- i ntiil chil at Salt Lick at tiifiht. droit, of Michigan, enmo to Mt. Wo litivo had mm at? rains Sterliii;,' last week to visit their parhere lately which wore limlly imvlcit. ents, II. S. Bitliinjer and wife. They through tliiohinc-!c- r are now visiting Mris. AiiMt-soii'- s Jeortxs Razor the sen-soaud says wheat was. hrolhcr, Luther Biftitijjer. at this cry t. place. las Matoit has pat m nioMhcr rIl..vt Thompson, of Proton, and store here. fMi-- s Slaten. of this place. Elpn Thompson juid ClifTord were tnnrried .Inly 'J.'lrd, 11121, at the have returned front the Uiome of the bride. Rev. .1. E. Willinit army. Tlie.v had uncli rnlisloil for ! f'fficiatinj:. The hride is ;i steiione year. . datiKhler or II. 15. Hoblx. The rooni is a son of Ren Thompson. We wish them a Joiiji and happy life. OLYMPIA A. It. Thoinason and -- on. Rerk- Mrs. Siisnn Evans, of Indianapo MU lis, is the guest of hei sister, .Mrs. v-"S rnt l more. Mil., to visit the former's s!s- N. T. Clark. t. Mrs. W. .1. Fcgan. They were Mr.. Chas. Fowler and Diiatil, of Hazard. aie guests ,,f . rompanie,l as far as Ashland by ! 'rK- - Thonia-o- ii siml two young ehil- friends here. ,,m, w,ur,, ' Q- ar0 Relicrts and Mrs. Eliz- Mrs. It. Steele and wife, and Mr. E. L. abeth Williams were gue.-t- s fi "!llriek. in Owingsville Saturday. w Ka' visited his sister. Mrs. .Mrs. Clyde. Peed left Tuesday for Bardstown to' visit George Peed and A,m 1"1W u' Jt'ImsoJi Station ri;iv f..r ;i f..- - ,l i ,.;,- - fr....i ! I'1S weok. and ali visited friends there to her new home in Oklahoma. at Preston. Mi- - Annie Reynolds, who has Oliver Kraznre. who lately par- been ill for some time, died Friday, liM-- el thti .fore of P. P. Richard She w.i- - a VJlh. Pr.'I. .iisii-- i n, "ill mine to the house jdjiin daughter of .loim- - Kc nobis, and 'Hg the stoiv tins wecK. Mrs. Clay Sliull, who has been wife and was a :uod g'll and loved the guest or relatives here, left for by all who knew her. She is surher home in West Virginia Satur- vived by her parents and two sisters. Mis. Waller Qnisenberry and day. Mrs. Clay .Tarvis and family, of Mrs. Tom Jones and several other ' rethers and other relatives. Shaqsliurg, were the week-en- d . Chester Ray attended the funeral guests of relatives here. Richard Slull, of of his Voit-i- n, Mrs George .'aekson was the Proton, Monday. August l.'ith. Dick gHest of Mr. T. J. Hart on Thurs-iw.vas killed in France about two years r.vo and the body was brought home Howard .'WiMialme and wife left .Sunday for their home in Hazard. Saturday. Mrs. Collier, of Lexington, visited Ritthatit Salvers and wife 'were Mrs. Frank Brown the past week. mcsts of relatives in Mt. Sterling Shorman Alexander returned to Inst week. his liiMiie from Indiana Saturday. Mr. Virgi! .Tones, of'Mt. Sterling, G. W. Tiirley, who was taken seri was th yiic- -t of her mother, Mrs. ously in wane in Ml. Mcriing some Sanday. weeks ago, -- ecias to be improving. The family of H. P. Shalt d Miss Maude Williams was very his ttl- -t birthday Wednesday sick last week. with a family reunion at the home Willie Carpenter's youngest child" here. is very poorly. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, of Airs. Jeff Staten continues very ''harleston, W. Vn.. the guests i- -. n lij-Jia i v , Kitz-fririn- ls , . v. Co-tiecele-lirate- - 'it a. Plan to Lau-- i are Thursdar. Miss fada Williams and David Staton, who were inarrip.J' cntly at Beattyville, vere peopl." pfwmnUnr-jyuVi- p - thL' place, Miss Wlliani jAflinR j on,73. child of Rchanl Wil- -' Hams and wife while the crooinKS & sen of Mrs. Walter FannU-liy We wish these former marriace. younp people luany years of happi iHBts ud prosperity. Don't forget Friday, August 19th is rwavention Jay at Salt Lick am! a arge crowd of Sunday School work- urs.are eipected to attend. Burns Jackson, of Indiana, visitco heme folks last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kautz and daughters leave this week for a visit to Lexington and Falmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Cranston Gheap and Mrs. W. J. Shouse and daughter Marjqrie visited Rev. E. E. Dawson and family at Chilesburg, Fayette county on 'Rriday and Saturday. Mrs. John Howell and Mrs. Allen J'oints were visitors at Mt. Sterlmj t last Saturday. Mr. L N. Templcman, of Winches Will Atchison, of thjs place are visiting their sister 4(Mrs. Toy at Pea Stix. (Misses Thelma and Maxinc-- Pierce . ' are guests of iMisses Lucille and Marguerite Kautz. Mrs. Cranston Cheap was hostess the Ladies of the Christian church Tuesday afternoon. Delightful frcshments were served and a mus ital program rendered. "Ji?rs. Delle Downs died very at her home on Salt Lick creek or Aupti st lllh. Deceased was well rty the day before her death was stricken with acute indiges tion and lived only a short time. She leaves beside her husband two chil dren, a married daughter who livei at Morehead and a little son to whom the sympqfhy of the entire community goes out. Interment was at M- Iain graveyard Friday afternoon. ter and sister Mrs. sud-fen- ly "JH v Mrs. Hunt, who has pneumonia, is Paul Gnult, of Hazard, has been getting tilling nicely. flic tmest for a few days of .T. IC. CJyde Brown was in Louisville Jack-o- il mid wife. Saturday and Sunday. AT:s-c- s Anna and Myru n MrsM.Toe Ray and Mrs. Callie who have been the guests of their Burl Ray and family, 'randmother. Mrs. Lney Hart, will and A. B. Tl- ' is-- n md family at leave Tne-da- y for a few dav- -' visit Ml. Sterling with Mrs. M. M. Steele at Russell, Mrs. Sue Hag!-.- ' ' Mrs. Emma Kentucky. Tiirley, of Cincin,:at; visited Mrs. Syd Warren loft Monday for n Sue Jones and Mrs. Charlie Price visit to Mr. ,and Mrs. Clvde Peed in the pn- -t yeek. Oklahomn. ' -- Blevins and familv. of 111 'cinjiloii. Cland ConTcyii"i .ui visiting his parents, H. I), J nV'ire iiifgiies; of rnends here Snturdayrritf- -' Blcvins and wife, and . E. Car- ., . .. . ,. r. minis v onuuer illicit ins appointmiehael and familv. ment here Saturday and Sunday. SHERIFF'S SALE A revivnl will start at the MethBv Xo. odist church Monday night. Mrs. B. F. Roberts, who hns been to me directed, which issued from the guest of relatives here the pnt the office of the Judge of the Bath month, will leave for their home at Quarterly Court, in favor of J. P. Wood and again-- t Bruce Lee and Pnintsvillc Fridny. Mrs. Joe Crouch, who has been Willie Kissick, I will, on Saturday, the lOllday of September. 1!)21, in very ill, is slowly improving. front of North's Garage, in the town of Salt Lick, Kentucky, at about the SLATE VALLEY hours of two o'clock P. M., offer E-Bailey, who is employed at for sale, to the highest und best the American Rnilway Express at bidder, one Overland Automobile, Paris. Ky., is visiting home folks levied on as the property of Bruce here this week. Lee; and will proceed to sell said Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wade, of property, on a credit of three " Missouri, are visiting their sister, months, to satisfy said execution, Mrs. W. O. Traylor. niid the eo-- ts of -- ale and sheriff's Sherman Lathratn, of Paris, who commission, then amounting to the has Iecn visiting his parents, Mr. . sum of Purchaser will he nnd Mrs. John T. Lathratn, has required to give bund for the amount home. of the pnrch'ase price with approved Tsabel nnd Espie-- Bailey visited security, payahle to the undersigned re'Stives nt Salt Lick Monday. ' shcnff, same to lmtve the force and Sergeant Chestor Convcrs, wife R . tictlccr nl i itient upon wRWi ex- nrd two children, of Iwtsburg. W. ,. may issue n not p;iui ju ma- Vn rotttnied to their home F "'lay I'i'iiiiiiii tlIrity. .n,is ,,nv of ;,u-- 1 nf.-ea three weeks' visit with ,UR fcust, 1921. prrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Convers. AV. A. IIOYD, Sheriff It. C. fiss Julia Bailey, of Madisonville 0. C. KWI.VO. 'Altornev. Ohio, returned to her homo Monday af'es a two months' visit with her Flat-FoFacts. Are you grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Bailey If you don't know, the next time you tnhe n hath, and other relatives. observe the Impressions that your wet Marie Manley has typhoid fever. feet make. If your feet are normal, Banks Goodpastcr is able to bo there will he n narrow line from heel onl after nn attack of typhoid fever. to toe on the outside; If they nre flat, the entire bottom of the 'foot will Mr. nnd Mrs. James Horseman, show. How enn you correct Huy n handful of marbles, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Horseman, Mrs. plnce them In two rows, nnd start Philip Williams. Mrs. Emma Con- picking them up with your toes. To vers nnd daughter, and Mrs. Morton do this you must curl up your toes; Convers nnd two children visited as n result the muscles of the feet will be exercised nnd thereby strengthened. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Conyers Monday. Rol-erlRa-gavi-it1 virtuis-jiC-xeeutipe JP13.-11- of nJatives here. ill. ' Moore's Ferrv Born last week to Mrs, Emma Iawkins; a daughter. The proceeds of the pie supper at Jones' sehoolhouse last Saturday night werp $9.45. Harry Riddle, wife and child, of Indiana are visiting Tom White. Win. Crow, of Indiana, has been here for the past ten days visiting relatives and friends. ..m Crow aged 87 years ilicd at Rollie Greert the home of in Rowan county August 7. ne was buried at Slaty Point cemetery Monday, August 8. He leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss. He was a good man and will to ,sadly missed. son-in-la- w OK LA onx. ' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crain, of Ifillsboro, visited Earl Crain anJ family Saturday nipht and Sunday. 2uY. Xallis Perkins and wife visited Allen Campbell Saturday night and Sunday. Rushan Royd and family, of Then Deep Silence. Little Miss Oweiidolyn was discoursIlillsboro, visaed Ernest Boyd nnd ing affably with the rich widower who family from Friday until Sunday. wns quite Interested In her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Fan's Crain visited "If I send you a doll." said Mr. "should It have golden hair John Mnson HedrieV and family like yours?" Owendolyn "Oh. no. the Saturday nipM "nil Sunday. next doll I get must have hair like to take off an! put on." Miss Emma E-- '" " s mamma's TisUin;: her sister, M J Y; Ken- s Age-Neru- l. Mcli-Ingdo- An Object Lesson. "My dear." snlil Mr. (ladder as he and Mrs. dodder bowled along In their new sport car on vvldch 11 monthly payirieirts are still ihie, "do you see that gloomy brick structure over there on a hllir "Why. ye. What about It?" "Take n good, long look nt It, my dear. That's the poorbouse." tn Malinda Rusb , in"i t d.vghter of Lemuel Denton, died August 12, J02L , . . - Informal. "I understand th:C .Mrs. Jones entertained some of her neighbors Inform"Yds! she an-ally .yesterday." her cook had a quarrel on the front porch." Boston Transcript The Smallest Book. Until recently the smallest honk Classical Music in Uganda. was sui'lmseil to he a hook untile in keep your Safeguard tho heulth of your family I!ev. 15. V. S. Uverctt, a mliiiir canon Italy, which Is of an inch home always warm nnd cosy vilK chapel, Windsor. at St. Ccorfcc's In wllllil. mill the nest tiiiilltv-t hook, relating his experiences while la it copy of lautc"- - IMvllif Cnniedy." Is I'gamhi, Africa, said he limited n:l- - Mimethtiig less tha.i mie Inch wide. It clill-- ! the sihenN, where has, however, roviely come to ght ' dri'tl. wlnw paifiits nut long ago were that Arlhur K. Cl u:. of Cleveland. heathens of the iiiiki harharuux type, made a very ORIGINAL teall volume, whhii sang, to hi- - astonishment, songs from Issued In a limited edition of .i7 MenilelsMilni juid Urahuis in ;i inamier mpics. m- The volume coiiliillK tin BLAST to give the children of many Kngll-- h lilcte text of I lie "Iluha'yal of Omar i -- i hooi- - ti r,.:ile-- i pun.Mi e:nl. Kiuij uiiii." with 'he Intnultn lion of Gives even steady heat day nrid night. Gtwrantccd Iliei upon imilVi- . liil.l u; ""Hi I ,v (..r., .,K, (i,,,.. It , ! t it Him it iilil I evliiil. .1 ,t ini.., i Jiipj,!, paper, clliini to hold fire 36 hours, and will btitn 3ny fuel. llulii nl - ln.ol : lhe tii'll ll full etntli :ilid H .i,. iiutiieiiM'ly .Mr. IA mi leiirnlnu. tieilv three eighth- - ..i' an Inch by live ftcmembjt, this s the Original Hot Blast heater erct! said he hud icreiveil ii'mu one ot sixteenths of an hn h. In tld-- - little d your fuel. There are-guarantccc to save the principal tuttlve public men a sK hook tlnv text of the Kuhiryat Is so 1121 hurtled mutciI pipe, which was now siunll Ihat It can only he read by the many imitations, but only one Cole s one of his ino-- t cherisltrd possis-lonaid of a magnifying glass. San' FranOriginal Ho Blast , So far Iks had never smoked ll, for he cisco Chronicle. did not think Ids would Come it-- loiay while our itock ' slmid the strain of smoking six howls Bank Pays an Acorn a Year, it xmpldc at once. A Irau-fof title to Ihe bank property at XI and L'l Souib Third s.reet, "Wandering" MoIecule3. Philadelphia, from the talzcn- -' batik Even the ino- -t solid metals oto the Slate Haul; or I'Idlailct bj hy Mime of Hi, ir iitolci-iilebrought to light the fact that ownerfrom the siirfaiv, hut ouie curlolts pe-- j ship of this proorty - forever subculiniilles tire observed la Ihe protvss ject to the payment of one a coin per of uiiileculiir I'or annum to the commimwealth of Pennwhen a p.ece r gold is pres-o- d against sylvania. The acorn clause was ema pli-lead, some of the uniicciiles bodied in the eaiilet deeds to the of Vif ,1... I.... i i..... .1... iU'JIII. northern portion known as CI South nun Oil' nil; iiuiiit-j "i i ne process is. in course, extremely Third -- tleet. and w:if cited In the slow, and years are rcitilreil hefore deed dated .pril 1. is It), win rel.y title 5-1- 0 the ellcct hecame evident. Hut slov paaetl from Clause mable ItraIlei a.-- it Is, the of the moleto the .Mechanics' I il'nk of I'ldladel- - nients of tlio army In times ot peace n k ., cules of gold Into a mass of lead phhi. :iv! mi iil-m-.i'- . S.10,0(M)() SoO.OOO The full ana its imperative demands in war. x KK.VIli-MH.. -. It Is tho opinion of experts, based takes place fnsler than into either nlr ilnli.. I . .!..... ...I.. The surface molecules of i.r water. water disperse readily Into air, hut forever, uiynhle nn i!em:iml to the ... .".:-j mi. iiuuutiiuji uit iiiu itvuiijr refiiH' I (i cr oil. The molecules of comuinnvii-iiltnf IViiiisylvaiihi.' mount of requisite speed, courage and suit disperse iptlckly In water, hilt reendurance. Kentucky, therefore, has fuse to enter air, or mo- -t solids. In a paramount interest, because the Nafire Utilizes Trci Slumps. Fox Baby Shews fountain-heaiiuiintltles. of the purest thoroughIn the hiittntii hindi where the bred flows perpetual la tSi3 livers nverilnu nnd fertilize favoredstrain of ours. land Temperature of Ocean Water. the Mill nnd Ihe lumber Industry lm The surface water of the ocean va- taken lull of the hb.'e-- l iree. leaving ries In temperature with the latitude. iiothiii' hut the sr ut Minnpv, nrcharils The hottest water about SO degrees ami vine) arils huve been planted. Is at the ciu:itor. and the coldest at Firrt "Vertical Ft! lively." have been too iutitlc u prnh. The "verilcnl railwnv." which saved the poles. At a depth of several hint lem to remove In many llistaliccs. mi drcd feet, however, the ocean, even in !:ne been left In the urnuml. A vl!d persons the trouble of walking up and the tropics, becomes cxlielnely cold. 'iuckberry vine clatnlris over a down steps, was v;delj written jibnut This ley water has drifted tlowii from stump, iir youiiK tuailnma tree takes uhen Hi si put 111 oienilloii at New the poles, spreading lis chilling effect runt In Ihe acciimulittlnn of rutted York, and peop'e came from 'fur and over the entire sea. In the lowest wood and deposit of leavis nnd soil on near to look at the strange Invention J depths the temperature is very close toil of the stump. The seed of the Cal- and to be aide to tell their admiring to the freezing point. Hut there Is ifornia poppy, various kinds of vvlhl friend In Philadelphia. Baltiuo danger that ihe ocean will ever grasses end llnwers Unit ample nour- more ami Washington and other cities FIREWORKS EVERY NITS MAY5VILLE freeze, hccatt&c the water Is In per- ishment atop these relics of splendid ml the provinces that they hud RUNNING RACES PAHA' petual motion through waves, tides redwood trees and beautify the Ja'ed iiecti able to go up and downstairs ami also because the warm water at stumps. ivillmut walking. The London RuddZEIDEMAN & POLIE er, an L'nghsli trade paper in Septem-'icr- . the equator, constantly rising to the top, keeps the general tcuiperiitu.c Ii"4l had an editorial on the t 25-C- ar fT'f Uriek Industry Ages Old. Shews from dropping too low. of the vertical screw railway In The I'.lble tells of the manufacture and e of brick. The most undent he Culled Sir.tes, saying: "It Is a Nuw Every Day Soiiiotlilnir Made Pets by Kind Treatment. records contain 'references to this sirrlace iliai"vvill move frntu the top EVERY D.AY o Hie hottotti of tl.e building and A recent record of educated vvater-snall-s riiuiiuiug REDUCED R. li. RATES maienai. as early as uie .'rum reminds us of the fact that an- year II A. I), the Romans the botTom to tin. top. It will them Ami the AND imal Intelligence is not hy any means In Knglaml. The actual scietitllic and ic lotiril tip.vard hy the application if steam p ,vcr and the descent will conlliicd tu dos, horses or even to mass production of hr'e!;s did not bePrice J'm-iiti- s :e rc::''!,ii-iby the resistance of The Same aiiimals, says . writer gin SSi!. when Alfred the (irent III London Answers. 'ijilmulic power." Uiven sullkient llrciiiil that bricks he manufacture!) patience, there are very few living under government supervision. IIIs-tocreatures that cannot he, to some exCillisrd Calls. does not tell of another ruler who All bllllanl balls aie true when they tent, domesticated. .Nearly nil the liz- became deeply Interested In this InCatarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cuicd GAVE ards can he tamed and taught to know dustry until Charles I, who in NSSi ire" s,ui out hy leipousiblc makers, by local apiIcatii. as they cannot their owners. The writer once had a thought It necessary to regulate the inn il.e.v do not as a rule ici.iiilii true. reach the diseased portion ot the oar." Catarrhal Deafnesa rm'iirM oenstltu-tion- al pet chameleon, which worihl lake tiles sie of brlcfc.. so that transportation The Usage ine.v get Is often carefess treatment. HALL'S CATARKH from his linger. A friend who had dill and iudHTereii:. It Is ofti n rough. Virginia Lziy friiere. W'-'- t Aches MEDICINE Is a constitutional remedy. could he ovenome. Catarrhal Dwafneea is caiued by an caught a young slowvvorm kept Ihe Soiiiellmes a hall that is true In the contlUIon ot the mucous lining of and Pains Until Moll-i-r Bg-i- a tieg'ntrng will become untrue, even creature for more than twlFyears, the Kuntachlan Tabe. Whrn this tube is Inflarrwd you hava a rumbline louni or bes- Irea'mciit you can give taught It to come to his hand and coll with Ihe Giving Htr Cardui. imprrfsct hearing, and when It la entireQyeir Way of dilating Spirits. t. Change in temperature is an im-- . around his lingers. ty closed. IJeafn-s- s 19 the reult- - Unless Wild .:en of Iloiiico thin!; they tr.ti the influmnatfon can be reduceil. your nriaiii factor, for Ivory will expand forever. hartne .t:.-- - he deMro-re-d STnry mil iiitiinirt moiv in one pari of the A "Swamp" in Blotting-Papcr- . Va. Mlrs Allea HALL'S cheat the siiiits which punish with Dublin. rT,ItIUI MKDIcrNE acts i ill Under the microscope blotting paper, disease by changing Ihelr names, said ano:her. for the reason Hint ilughett tcsldlng on Routt 2, mar thro:igh the klond on the mucous or the system, thus rednetnt; the he Ivory 11. .i be deusvr In one part here, recently told a vlrltor at when absorbing Ink, resembles on u .a scientist who lived for more Hutu and restoring normal condiit the ball than uuolheY. Hence the interesting expience vvit'a CarSuL tions small scale a marsh matted with two' jears with Ihe natives of cenlr.ll "I hr:l been Ctrrutars free. AH Dniejrt'ts. .pliirlty of ihe luill v.ill he dis- JHss Hughett sftid: witii ralnfcJ suf-. shrubs, sticks, und twigs, round which liorneo. During nil address at south .. fering tor some tiiuo Ohio. P. J. Cheney & Co . water Is Ihming. So the Ink runs I'ornen on "ine Misllinl of til lied. When there Is a dliTereiice In I was p?le, didn't feet Ifke fi'.ag. the spee:lic gravity of Ivory t..e niak-r- s Would just drag around, cad couulu't among tin. libers that together wild tribes he said: "fl'o prevent .about aim to ue Hint part of the Ivory rest to do any rart. I the Dyal;s sacrilice animals or Buffer ionii me spongyi wuier. mere Is ui eggs, hut they have no idea to whom wlilch Is heaviest us the center of the once a month with my hae'e, slds limit to the amount of lloulil ii.it Animals Carry Own Light. and head. My limbs woa'd rche anil blotter will absorb. 11s there Is a limit i 'her inaki such Kverv ball. Ther" an- - W onters of anltuols'tliat Unow what to do, but I knew I didn't to the amount of water th::t a marsh sei:ney,. clicve. i the eiinve T include itKiny I must do something, tor I didn't get urn Swan Song. will ahsoni before it overll.nvs. The iilenn of oihe vi 'laihei ofinvv; to i of proiwa. !ivilri)s, JellvMsh. well by letting it run or.. .M.itiy nullioiii.cs bntii ancient and limit in the blotter Is Hie combined evade bj spirits win. bryoyoH. iwyclwe'e .iml uHguch-tetIn "My mother is a b."- miMlern could be iiuoled III -- uiiort of mpilhiry iittracthm of tin' llbroits eau-- e sickness, a pttsun who heIn-for cae saw wLat Jt did ."or '.ii'er a3 wor.ns. brittle stars. crsee-- , snreiis. kticKs, and twigs thai together i to feel uiivv. II change- - h's or her nami the opinion that the swat! "dies so well as herself, so she n sivhig mollnni-- s irhiwtlve Joyfully thai be ings sweetly wheu It to me. form the paper. so ns not to be located by the chi.xMlH kihI Klies. Notte of the lumi; he dies." observes a The gall bladder Is reganhd as Ihe "It wasn't Ions before 1 saw a nous lohtblt fivsh water. aH "lit only one iii tst be giv'i here. It change. j seat It was jdst xlxiA aeedl. IxHHi! icrri-nriOut There Was a Time. of In ellect. T caie sl..nci-- li or wurlne. Ttie I bepir-- to c?t awl Coleridge, mid .sliould curry It regulated r.s. Wiggins for some years had gone mitiblc the. yal:s eat dried uisoeis 's U soiH!tte shown Wj hot Voppef.. sleep, nnd the t the pace Hint l:ills onl.v it didn't kill j ?!nl:ir:.i and oiler p:dei lies :ir' frs j ciiuvirlinn to all r. .isi.niible pel. pie: Cajdui .s wl dcuSt tie Luat larvae and ihVmIis. :imiI In a fw fn- ' ,wer' no him. but merely rerorm-- d him. Then i iitenl (rclbilsoi (nl.v:i-!i!i.iirmllv . s'an11.111."'!- - w'1" s Mwie. ly osks. Ib exi . femalo tonic m?t.'- -. and I aw gl2 I j lillU be Joined l!:. church and two so high j ..lid imbecility) is 11111111011. Shj"jM twfore iliey can recomiu? id It vrtmu wrsiins two s;t.sjitM-..have Ikvb JsotBteH In" Its council- - that he was cii' tui - sjcIi js hirlfMtK. If i ifiVrini; vll'.: . . e. ;..aisl etiin-- . We have Iia:o"s assurance that one of tin- big ciiies as delegale to. Ilughett ii.tvt;.-:i8cr ith-- r -- awl the Held Moncps y in Chccolatr. :i aptmrx t Apollo reveals to swans before their Mis? peculiar to u convention. "Mow was asked ..siaeo. vi., ivt f The maimer ofi.ei.arlng result f- ..a lrlHsiii5 t4(tlur hi death lie good things he has in store a friend when he leturned. "The con-Cardtii u.inklng was ,oi .: .;ept a ..ei bv foi tbetii. ami therefore "they sing and established at once? Its iireiH to well lb- - i.esetci nf oxygen ant! wntor. by succc-sittuci for aiore Oh. all rigid." answered yei.tion? ,1,1 It Spaniards. , : at n.'sii rejoice as they die." I There Is a than 10 years. I.IIgglns. tli.,s Hut ,,, . rM ,...., town! Some v.,lt. . , try Caifftil! JGod Sav (He King." tradition ihat Pan haunts the tall iomii: ir 111 uniy oeen a ueiegate to ,,f ijj. Use 111 Klig'n al ;.pin.-.nKhi-s.- KC-1Jthe the nltw-- t h. Die Your druggist sells well- siMiieiuiiig mere got con rnhlu- - Advertise, of Jum- lit. ij.iT, ' reeds nrotind the loch, and It is 1'olnli. ihues frw-- 174R atonic ef !:iiowu thai he can deal very severely vertiil!" American Legion Weekly. IL Uie year of tlie vTotiM-.hieli slated mat "in 1:1 bo of with anyone who shows too much . P BV 4. . ' u"i" :"s. stfivt, in ('uecn's Heed ;J e.v. at ciiiiosliy intent hlmeif or his friends. iver the IjetMii army at IV'tli Kven in .".is slu.v :n ;."itves Mite Be Taken Seriously. To origin of ttie metorfy Is otsnr-- . house. Is an cMvllent "You have been very successful In We-- t lud. 1111 ihin!;, ailed of a;. i callable ti' k!mlt:es. altlH.ush Henry Carey, a mmk'iniHl cbo.oh.te. to Clove Trees Scented. : .; etl h.iw he the game of politics.' "I don't call It I.e snlil, where .vuu m.ij have It read Lord Avehur; Jhk'I ixirn In I.ishi ih ahout tHU5. Ninety per cent of the world's sup-- ;. game." replied .Senator Sorghum. ut any time; ti S;. r n.i llnslish i accretMtetl as Ihe aathor tiolli ami also unmade, at ply ot1 cloves comes from two tiny Isiiill.iiiv with a nf tle words ami ibv tiu-l- . "The man who suceeds Is the one who hilly once !:! . h In ihe lime of lands o3 the coast of Africa friiizlhur rates." never regards It as a sport, hut nlwaya Char'es II the piliv very lntercst:n . i s.iit. (H.tuiHlrii a has snreud of linuMla'c was ucrst: the continent In iml I'emha. Native of the tropics, the menns business." : o ico.k httttor- mo-veiprvalent to S; or mco or less altered form: in fuct, pound ol clove tul.es unto itself some of the In- cbrysnlls of a I .. IhU in a lly. she jil.v-iin i .'!:.)'. U. our currency. ami Switreriao! eutii Chocolate iirohahlv tense heat of the broiling sun. To tit m ..til ihe hittierlly Tiie musk- - foraterly was n (tjr would have come Into as general use pass through a clove plantation In the vveU ' ilii.l- Discouraged. '...' rM us tea and coffee did laier. had it no; harvest is to experience one of tho emerged In Jiiuu r for Us rtMtlotml air. whih in the "Well." sold tne worldly wTse man been for the moiiopol-- ' spafn lung ciiltj was the ui i 1.4 of the lKiltrMy. lTlfed States "Amerlen" Is smc to It. most fasc'.imtiiu lg!.ts on earth. The "who will be the next promoter to which kept tSe price 111 a p.i.nl high trees some of them nearly forty tint this she i.ihii:iu i by mixlliic :t litdupe the timltltudfi with a where only the weallhy classes could feet, and closely resembling the olive tle houe.k and wi.t r. ami placltii the Have You Tried to Draw on Glass? mlMiire cm the pet schemeT' "I don't know." said afford to use It. a Mower from To write oh a pJass Ii tree In appearance are suggestive of the ceti.serviltiiry. tils of butterfly tix Mr. Johbles. floomlly. "but I'm Tin- mceswary to impart u certahi decrei .sure giant perfume "hot ties, disguised In 1 won't be the person. My luck la to Ibis at once, ami within a few days of -- oarhwss to the Altur leaves. The air Is saturated with the Perfect Ivory Scarce. eo bad that If I operated the only would leave Its to settle om Its rex ; tttl tria' of vhHi us a So delicate is Ivory, says the I'os delicious sceut and for many days afsummer cuntc VHinish of giisonue station m hand. When . town of half n . .1... . vva to ihe ns, terward your clothes carry the seduc- mistress was1 ikmiciI. ami hiced near K billion people. I'd starve to death- "the box hm1m4 of wb'aln'aj: ih! nmnH- tive uriniui. 'i,,W:s "f " ti'r',"-- U "f ,HS,,K Wrml.ciutm Tl.e hlterlty :! the ojn'ii w'lM'e-v- . I'VfMal jmris f wMM ami '. varlutjous, j 01 rejoleinar Into iiiilipht. bw t Misht lirimu sugars sbrnM W iW'. 'Ke in S:ts Check Bcok- - Ahead. . eiirrcn.s of air. not to nieutlot. de- aj I ha a water Willi the The mental twin of the man who came tmrt. tu lis Lome. Then ih itc s wh.iii ii.v::sionally apihiir aflei a l..iiMt.TKtrH. ami ifMal to tbatl mf 'Ua s4rti Various Effects. j ul0 tuitii.g ami shaping ,s. dt.it sets his watch 1" Minnies ahead to t the bufcrdy 4Mr. Po you think music Is calculatet there me few billiard-bal- l Is kM.s1 a rfrirr, ami ta man make sure of catching his train has uls! to soothe the Insane?" VBr4-- h ;imiIhI t het xbMv riMtts. been found in a large business house "In somi ufacturing plums. Among them is 5Io- - lly. INitatlar SoU-re.uiss cayenne, quietly' one In Purls, vvhi ii employs .! op.T- in the Unniiclal ills rlcu He sets bis 'Whelher music soothes or promote: ativcs. A factor which oilen .uliis ti check bonk nhe.i'.'. I'aih Saturih-- he Mot Microbes. M".-mental disturbance depends entlrel Miirnliis-sydThlek. (showina the em- .he troubles of the inuimf.ii.nvuer is takes his chock bo..!'., tears ther. from on the kind of music." llwtaaN iHiatthtrr (tryhix it to .Mrs. Struckiiyle ivf thf a check which he desii.i,s. ml tlitni ' the appearance ot small yellow he t. .)- - --That to -rn'mf) enters $10 on the - nil.. When I'ec. Oh. Unit's 10 the Ivorv :.fter II has been cut and s It j the Calm On.--s 'Who Get Fat "'lavif ; '.. N'eeille! It cam.- - fpv-- i s;sioii :.'.;ip.:. TL.-- are known as "'Ji iw." arrives he tinds hh..scf hi i hn-v "So yon married that Ml curio leeilt-r )w imUs f f von know, ami . Is Meek ..:u. are so;ne,iimt similar 10 Jni :n ot $.120 more than bis die klr.g ' I ii'ieemln r Tier 'veil .. n quiet, shrink a block of wood. Tills i. r4wKtt with hierovyiiWes." i. ju) a, ! shows. He t'un his onru cnvetwl Mrs. defect renders !ng sort of girl." "Xoihlng shrlnkln melon und has Stna'loylo "("mMlnois eraeia-"- ' Ami the otbiT whet- - hr was a tiwwilT 9wm u of timk ucle.ss as billlaril little Christmas -about her: she's twice the she sht' bJl fHtorial. I m!t think .I;iba4 ven't the suiiltnry atlthnrllles ever nmxllc enough to do his Christmas shoiijilng used tt be." lloaton Transcrlot. vvnat h lurwriMUta tried to extermlMte tlaim?" without endaugerln!: his solvency, fiu'i-ti'iitlKng-hini- l, -. coal-hlacI I -I .'roiid of the Colorado there ate now ahont .(UHl uilil usses which are direct ile -'M'enihiiits of anltiuils Unit were doinestlciiti'il In the holy latnl ""I nelKhlioriiig ickIimis i:, !!. t nf Ahrahiitn. were Their fureheurs hroiihl to thi i'iimtr.v hy the Sian-ttmlwlm were Hist ti e.xpliite northern Aiizi'iin, tliniiili tiiilili the 'lin-csiliyoii inns, hae hcioiiie a lllllsMHI' mill Kineriiiaeiit i.lIl. inN are plmui.iiu to .M.Tiiiimue tlnni. whl.h will he no .:iy espeeiiilly when wild. U one ..r the elevcroM anil mi.,t nlelt or animals. Xennphoii. ycnis aK, wrote that onl the swfTlc-- t h.irse couhl keep with a wihl a The criature i.i man null it is nil- t iiemi in p-- within rule raiip-- . ami, lis tor tlio lasso, one miaiit us well try to roiie a Jink rahhlt. A wild in us iniisiii--r ins ii Mnise will nut ilo) nnd iluiue a nijie. It Is nllno-- t lniiuisililc In ct wilhla shouting distance. t In the depths of the i.)'' , ' , J,; fr i. j C.-h- ki iis ! j ales. .Uhtiy folk of dlscif-sel- ) la the ipiarterly reoort of Dr. Arthur llm-hemedical health iIc,.r i,f .in-ff Car- I hut Ievplte the niailhelislilre. in fortalie leHins jiml wllrlo i hlhiteil iiikIit the IhiKlish irge iiMiiil-eiIng uf the WeNh peio their r.illn- - cliililti'ii In the t I tul- - nilli.'ltil llicilliill It ! Kill' fi'lUli Hint :iinii:il in I., u iIh.i m ......siltl.nis ,i i, .;.,.(,. ,., t.rtt ,!, f i,:..-,,,...,. .4 ,,y f M.Mut a sli.-l.- t ,i iM:i n the nutihiKe of chilli's oporjiiltiu must he ,..lr. during the waxing of the hum,,, ami ,,. !lrl N hatnleil ilown front . ,, ..norjit oll. ,u. (i(tn-- " j,iv .,, , c,,. ,!.. f u,m,iui. il iml the uperiUion li re.veteil tt is snlil ilml ..t.ii.l l . Iimllv ir.lr,l(.,. tIlN Iir, iMll ....,.. ...... ,! S!111,s dull children so treated. u. Wales are ENDURANCE TEST I tl. for sadp) ; 300-Mi- ,yRSES MMV&WmmmM i. I 1 2 I l - r;n-Ii-- To He Held .Under Supervision of Government Agencies Five- Day Test Over Course. le rwxv. I f - ''' li.. .r. iv-"- tl. u-- ii- ti.l ' Il. ( - j- i I i s. er -e ! - I i ijl-ji- t'i .1 Army men ana oiners wao are anve r to the country's acute of first class cavalry and general utility horses, as the shortage of them was brought painfully to light during tho recent World War, arc looking for ward to tho Endurance Test for saddle horses set for nest October. This test, deigned to promote the hrprdlns? of more nnd heller wnrfc types, and to ImpMi-the material suitable for army mounts. 1b to a very severe one. conducted by renrc rentntlvfs of the War Department, Army Remount Service and the Hitreau cr Ar.imal Industry. Denart- ment of Agriculture, along with those Of our great institutions mnlntnfnnH In tho Interest of pure bred horses, Including the American Remnant As ThurOUghhrfd sociation. Kuduraneo Test Club, National Saddle HorsB Club. Arabian Horse Club nf Amprle-i- . National Steeplechase and Hunt Association and American IT.icknev Ilnrso Society. Alro, its conditions make tho Endurance Test of special Interest to Kenttickians. Tho dlstanco (300 nl'es cross country) will ho tmvrr-.-- I miles a uny ror uve ton.cii ire less tf vier.tbcr. over a enurs to be selected by fie l.el.,li irt.e in thrtrsM. Kach horse s'jall vr'.v u.i s. tli.m :M5 pound', made up, nicutdint to EowniiuR. of the rider's live weight, plus so much dead weight In equipment. First prizo will he ?C00. the Mounted Servlco Cup, Ulue Ribbon and the Arabian Horse Club Medal: second prize, ? 100 and Red Rlhbjn: third prize $300 and Yellow Ribbon; fourth prize, ?200 and White Ribbon; fifth prize, $150 and Grey Ribbon; sixth prize $100 and Rlaclc and White Rib bon. Prizes will be avvard.-on tbu basis of C09r for condition of the horso and I0rr lor speed a standard that points to the bottom and swiftness of the thoroughbred strain an the one likely to produce the winner. 'Thn W-i- f i ri,ri -- ttiiu-it-f t la wiiiuiiih .st...... n the keenest intenst, because the result will Arther the splendid w.-ror the Army Remount Association and the other patriotic organizations that bavo -und'er-slippl-- . . . . " V in VX.ii7 I HealtK- - Comfort- - Economy POLE'' hy 1 HOT HEATER - :h-ru- one-thir- ' -- E. L 3c A. T. Byron ni k Sr!LEX!iOTON n.(nn d SEPTEMBtR Live Stock Exhibits, All Kinds Poultry, Hound, BQ LABOR Jr. DAY CSLEBRATSQftl O. U. A. M. Day, Wed, .pt. 7 HfiiT('s Flying Circus Ilr.'.rf'ons 11 Tuesday Wednesday Sonssit itntl Parachutt r.o-sio- 111 BOYS Mih-'ec- Exhibition BAND u.-- u.-- vviirm-hloode- d 11 l C' 11 11 MTE rj MOTHER !T ed - Itf-el- f th.-ii- hr ur-fa- re T!. slcl;-nes- i'.j -- I : pmtls-bmon- : I j 'ms Cfl-d- e m.vrl-otxx- K IwiH-ct- NtH't-ie- s - i nl j l "' -.it ill-- s erims -- - ts id Iir e lw-g- in - ffa-s- 1 fr ei 1 - it :! :v y twrg' i.e-1- Ui 1 uen-eral- ly 11 Thc-xtm- -- v tler-iim- ny 1 H--ed lln-si- . 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