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Atkinson of Slnnton, Powell I hare about thirty acres of green ing friends in Louisville. .i,i- is visiting his uncle John B. !)l; Keltic Kmii'oiis !l."i;tsenr Darnel' Miss Gladys Young is visiting her corn I will sell privately, Donalds n. Mr Atkinson is a son of mint Mrs. Hurry O. .lames at Purl. MILS. JXO. H. SXEDEUAR, Grade: Nellie I'nris Crump John Atkinson formerly n citizen ofj Ifepcr Aiiiiiicriiiati, wife and chil Math !, fi Gertrude Emmons !I3; Gnmlcn James Atkinson coiintv. KtMt rfALE One first class 31-- 4 dren visited in last .Fri- n ;:illiinl soldier in the World War Kcid 1)1. inch .Mitchell Wagon. J. It. Brother day. Fifth (irade: Kusscll Ingram !l."i;J is 20, and was in the first and last light& Co. (I. Belcher was conlined to his ing dene by an American soldier. He Faris Hendrix ill; Frank YoungV3; Dc-sir",- " room with illness several daws was in the trendies at the front In Dayton Garner !I3; Omar Stewart 113 1 on.. I'Pi.:,, Co, :,.4 Miss Clara Arnold cot a State fc. week. IviL" illlll MUtlltU. France 71! consecutive days without Anna Hunt 111; Willie I). Bailey !K!; I HIS ID j Teacher's Certticate at the recent nnn Crump !I2; Herman Anderson Win. Collins and wife of Nicholas having his shoes olT except a time -rexnmmntion here. M : Pea Hie Crump 111; Jennie Em 27, county were guests of Win. McNnbl or two to turn his socks. mons ill; Mary Belle Koutte W. and wife Sunday. in See Sim Soo, dance on a ColumFourth Grade: Elgin Bailey !)3 TEACHERS' MEETING Miss Lucy Thomas of this place bia record. At E. L. and A. T. The lirsl monthly nicetng of rural Ewell Toy 03; Mamie Stewart 113; has' entered into the Lexington Her Bvron's. teachers was held at the City School Knymoud Itailcy ll.'l; Addison Km. ald prine contest. Knuuhl Kcid Mauri building here Saturday Aug 13. Ev- moils The Blue Lick hasc hall team de Misses Iniogene and Dolly Crooks liun- ery teacher employed in the rural Whitlon 112; Lucy Hawkins feated the Continuation team hece are visiting their aunt, Mrs. II. D, a is da Koutte !I2; Sterling Young "12; schools of Bath county except four, Sundav liv a score of 10 to 5. Paynter at Ynnceburg. i'ltciilcd tliis meeting. The interest Drue Ella Heath ill. Miss Frances Carpenter left Mon manifested is a splendid indication POKTKK GRAY, Teacher. Old Tom, family horse thly to be a guest of friends in Lex 2, Third Grade: Vivian Ingram !I3; f the improved school cm r Mrs. Sallie Ham Nicholas county ington for several weeks. Smith Crump !.!; N'aueye Setters !)2 lit ions in Bath county. Tea is dead 'from a hroken leg. is a Mr. Osborne a rnral route nmil are working with more vigor, l.yda Kiddle 1)2, Johnnie Woodard 20c, 10c than ever before .irV !)2;.loliu Riddle 111 ; Raymond Crump llcinz jlfklinjr vinegar and pick carrier out of Winchester is visiting .Ins. Treadwav on Salt Well. HI. good results are everywhere evident ng spices of all kinds. 3, Second Grade: Anna Rose Ingnm Mrs. Win. Sharp, Shnrpshurg, vis The system being employed by Supt. It. O. BYRON. ited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Arnold of Kim-aiand the County Board of !)5; Ray Young !)2; Josie Throck "" Columbia graphophones from $30 near town, several days last week. hducaticn has already proven It morion !)2; Frankie Riddle 02; Edith ,tp .$5. Now on display at E. L. Mioses Anna Grnlmm Wilson mid worth in that so far our schools arc Whitlon ill. First Grade: Clarine Bailey 97; siicces.,u than they were un.and: "X. T. Byron's. Mary Louise Rngland, of Snlishury is a der the old system. With the entire Clell Ingram 1)5: Sarah Hester Ball N. C. are visiting Mrs. W. B. Arnold. ing 500,000 fecta A gas i school force of the county working y !)j; William B. Johnson 03; Lena a Mrs. E. A. Bashford and family. day has h illed in in Rowan Pearl Stewart !)2. of Peebles Ohio spent hist week with villi a common uuilled purpose, the county. LYDIA JANE MAXEY Teaehe.. will 20c. 10c her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .las. Don- end in view better schools will undoubtedly be reached. aldson of Peeled Oak. Buy Jv,i luT. 'i.mr ir Lcxinc- At a meeting of tobacco growers Patrons are this year Mrs Edgar Denton and son Jas. Don't forget the cash and other prizes Riven away by the merf Montgomery county at .Mt. Sterl rath. aiu, I handlt iln-better than before. A number of pa chants and business men and women of Owingsville at each show. E.lgar retnnied home Wednesday V K C BYRON, associations have I ce-- ing Saturday over a million poumls Come and see a good picture, and you may get a prize. from a three weeks' visit to Mrs. De'i vere signed to the Burley Associa-toorganized and the work of improvLOOK OUT FOR C. W. YOUNG'S PRIZE THE LAST liave just received a In.-- It ship- - ton's father in Missouri. (imperative marketing plan am' ing the school is well under way OF OCTOBER of PrnttV poultry and htoefc Misses Clani and Nettie Belle Ar i tare would have been signed, lint iiiauv districts. nold returned Saturday from a blank contracts ran out and slim Dr. A. W. Wahlen, County r. BYRON; week's visit to their aunt Mrs. War- Officer delivered an interestingHealth ing had to he postponed until anoth t;v ren Rogers at Flemingsburg. on the "Health of the School" which er supply could be obtained. Farm ' out prices 'on, coal,' lumber. Clay P. Barnes, of Eustis Fla. is was enjoyed and appreciated bv ers of the vicinity of Owingsville ar Unit Ktid cement before buying. Right showing more interest in this co visiting his grandparents Mr. and 'lose in attendance. prices and' prompt delivery. 5-1- 0 operative marketing plan than they Mrs. Press Barries of Peeled Oak THE WALTER. YOUNG COAL CO neighlorhood. Clay is a son of Geo. Irtoxicated Driver Arrested Here. have ever done before ami there is Adiby Thomas, of Wast Virginia, no longer any doubt that the requir- Barnes. " In' tbe recent, ateachers' exarainn5 r iveonani assuy maae a under the ed amount of 75 per cent, or the Oscar Chandler and wife and Will said to have been lion Air. fint class certificate, Carlisle Mer- - Knox and wife of Buejuid IJen- - intlncnce of whiskey backed his ear crop will he signed in which event n those who fail to sign this contract ton eounUes, were the guests, of Ril- into the Miller Service Station miry. ey Chandler and wife for the past North Mnysville street this morning will doubtless have great dilliculty Poultry, Fox Hound, Baby wI fjA Mrv Cora W ilson Stewar wrecked the building. in nuding u market f-and alti. !,ivs. iceo ; .. ! LThor driven out of the Kiigiin .1 t, of Talors- ..! 22,1)00 For I" Cattle n. vine Ga;, pi., a and started north and a. A'' ,41. . aiio i.f i ' .icre lor some eat- W. A. Thomasson w then a impted to turn around backlast week. O. U. A. la- - week to visit her grand 'cwa 7 time, left tle buyer of county, pur Stewart and wife at' ing his car into the Miller place with parents Robct 500 Pairs Army Shoes. Thus. Bald- such IW. e ii to break in" the front chased this wo( -Tuesday Mt. Sterling- C' y county 78 I have just . aired 500 pairs of the Imicl The plate glass win, Jr. of'M :, Wednesday 3frs. R. li. roks and son Robert 11 Ml T !.; t ! r. or i windows eir smashed and consid- head of fat c. il. HUM i Wathen returned Saturday from i SeBcKi ;15nd of prioes. t "".'iiaso.. Sciish erable oi r- - damage was done. the same coum cLay ROYSE. ' wrwk's visit . ;'. faintly of her TIk am- - iiluced under utle. The arrest bought 120 head v sister-in-luMis ILD. Paynter at dies of eat-tl- c FIREWORKS EVERY NITE and his tria' will be held tomorrow. price paid for both JV1AYSVILLE jKBnost 500,000 pounds o toban Vanceburg. averaged slightlj over $8 per Mt. Stciliag Advocate. RUNNING RACES DAILY' Mrs. JL L. Tlionias and daugh cobave been signed by Nicholas hundred poumij, the aggregate Changed Name. county farmers to the Burley Coop ters JCsses Nettie and ABob" visitamount renehinjj.in cxeess of $2'j,-00- 0 ZEIDEMAN & POLIE The Bath County Business Men's ed their son nnd brother Itiehnrd cratre Marketing Association. for the entire lot. The cattle will 25-Car met Mondny night and bo shipped to . Exhibition Shows Thomas at East Union and attended the eastern markets. rest-lveGov. Morrow has offered a reward the Ewing fair last week. to change the name of the Something New Every Day 'rgaisir.ntion to that of Bath Counat" $250 for the conviction of the MRS. ROE MANLEY. iV&htou Thomas of Huntington W. EVERY DAY REDUCED R. R. RATES 'jierson who attempted to poison Ya., came last week to visit his ty Chamber of Commerce. This wns Mrs. Roe Mauley, aged 53 years, AND Judge IL R. Prewitt'ft.c-altlat Mt. mother Mrs. Sam Johnson at Pres ti practical move in the .event of fu lied at her home near Sharpsburg And the Price Remains Sterling. good position as ture contingencies. They also ap- 'Thursday, after a long illness of ton. "Ashton has a NITE. pointed a committee to confer with cancer of the stomach. Mrs. Man- - The Same bookkeeperat Huntington. Green Garrett with reference to the ley was a Miss Kelley before her Kilft us deliver ypu a Primrose Thos. J. Havens and wife, after a 1,1 time it will be convenient for him to marriage, her parents having come Separator. Cream going up, Robert Shields "knew that dogs weeks to Mrs. Havvisit of several be here and deliver an address on to this country over 50 yenrs ngo, had been killing his sheep and for ephave gone down. There en's iors sisters, Mrs. Andy Denton and : fit for you. E. L. and A. T. Miss Ruth Richards have returned the probabilities and possibilities of when Jier father had a contract to several nights hid himself and slept road bijilding in Bath county and construct a portion of the Owings- , in a feed trough near the sheepfohl. to (heir home at Shawhan, Ky. primarily the Midland Trail so far ville and Wyoming turnpike. She At last his patience was rewarded r J. W. Shanklnd and wife, Mrs. W as Bnth eountv is concerned. jjJThe citizens of Montgomery coun- was the mother of twelve children. by the sight of two dogs chasing bis have formed an organization to B. Arnold and Mrs. Clyde Seott, sheeep. He fired killing one of the Home Brew aid and encourage the enforcement the latter of Lexington leave Satur Statistics from 15 countries, in- dogs and says he recognized the Any householder could have bis cluding the United States which nor- other one which he killed nocct morn the law against viola ters. Money day for a vacation of several days home brew, under interpretations wiis raised to employ detectives and to Parke Lake, Fleming county. mally produces about 50 per cent of ing by permission of the owner. They Mitt Weedon who has been livng placed upon an amendment to th the total wheat crop of the world, to offer rewards for the arrest and proved to bo dogs owned by near In Cincinnati for some ttne, visited beer bill apporved indicate n production Jhis year of neighbors. Mr. Shields has lost ten conviction f offenders. his mother near Preston for several Tuesday by the House. approximately one billion, fire hun- valuable sllecp by dogs lately. FOR SALE days but left Monday for Hunting The amendment adopted as a sub dred million li.ushels or ubout 7,000-00- 0 stitute for a Senate provision, would A stock of clean, good, dry goods ton, W. Ya. to seek employment. bushels more than last year tlu BIRTHDAY PARTY niece Miss recpiire federal agents to have war Mrs. Andrew Coyle and jjnnd groceries for sale, and store Department of Agriculture announcA party given Friday afternoon house and dwelling for rent for n Agnes North returned Tuesday from rants before entering home in scare! ed Wednesday. by Mrs. J. L. McCoy at Slate bridge years. One of the best a visit to relatives at Lexington. She of hrew "unless there is reason to of farm for her grandchildren, Miiry, The women of l'ineville have band stands in the county. For further was accompanied home by Mrs. An believe such dwelling is used as n t cd themselves together to fight the, Lewis and Nell McCoy Shearer nation apply to' the Outlook drew Miuihan and son Eugene nnd place in which lirptor is manufactur Lexington and James Lee McCoy of ed for sale, or sold." Miss Jo Minihan. moonshine tratlic and have already This amendment is not law yet destroyed a half dozen illicit stills. Owingsville. It was also in celebraRamsey Pergrem, a telegraph op ll beer bill approved This workwas done nt night and the tion of the fourth birthday of James JAMES LEACH erator for the L. & N. railroad at Lee McCoy. An honored guest was aged 76 years did Ford, Ky. left "Mondny morning on bv the Senate. women are not deterred by the vic.James Leach, the great grandmother, Mrs. II. II. ious threats of the moonshiners. t thehome of his dnughter Mrs. a vacation trip. He will take lii Lewis of Salt Lick, Betty Owen, of Card of Thanks to Voters. fin Tincher west of town on Sta: Washington, D. C, Old Point Com Poseyille Indiana, Mary Margaret . In behalf of myself and deputies CITY TAXES afceek Thursday. Ho is survived by fort and other places in the cast Barber, Virginia Shrout, Alleiie AndCrouch, I Ed Hewitt and Thomas The tax list for the City of Owin, is, Dan and irav ana que John B. Donaldson after a week's ' want to express my deep, gratitude ville for the year of 1020 is "in my erson, Oscar I'ulnier Jr., E. If. pi Mrs. John Tincher. James visit to his brother George Donald to all who supported and nominated hands for collection and in default Brother Jr., Rose Brother. Burl Kin-cai- d brother of Trav Leach son at Winchester returned how Jr., Edward l'reston Young, -me to the office of Tax Commissioner of payment on or before October 1st , a raer resident of this Saturday. He was accompanied by Mary Coleman Elliott, Mary Cabell of Bath county at the lnte primary the penalty as prescribed by ordih. "Tne -- anal was at the Mt. his nice Mrs. Harry Strother, who WWd Salt Lick, Brooks Wells, Jas. election nnd I promise a conscien- nance will be attached. sterling cemetery. returned home Sunday afternoon Edgar Denton Jr. Marian Connor faitjifully and impar- JNO.. R. AMMERMAX, Collector. tious effort to Lloyd Hart of Winchester stop- tially discharge the duties of the offDawson, John Elliott, Lucy Marian MACHINERY NEW V. Wnhlcifs Sunday Atkinson of Mt. Sterling, Gordon now in ped over here to see friends Friday ice if elected in November. Mrs. A. have received and have Respectfully, equipment on hts way to Huntington W. Va., School class accompanied by a num- Byron, Nancy Louiscc and Lillicl Rperation an " where he is o take a position in a THOS. L. JONES. ber of their grown up friends went James Shrout, Richard Brother y) shoe repairing, including machin vaudeville theatre. Lloyd has been g on a picnic excursion to 01ynirian Walter P. Bliss Jr., Louisvlle, Logan : and all "for sewing or in the" picture show business at Win Miss 'Constance drew the beauti- Springs Wednesday. They had din- Shearer Jr. Lexington. r kinds of work requiring sew Chester for several years. given by ner on the ground nnd a good timi ful beaded $25 hand-ba- g or stitching. AU work done Lacy-Coo& Co. nt the picture generally. Mss Verna Cook left Sunday for manner. promptly and in first-clas- s SUPPER show nnd Lee Conycrs got the $5 week il your work in by parcel post Cincinnati after a several There will be an suppei Sentinel-Democrlooking back visit It Miss Edm Byron. Miss cash prze given by C. Y. Youn. receive it by return mail. at Slate Valley Sal inlay light, Aue ward 35 years: Cook made many, frienf' here by her CLAY ROYSE. ih-('h'ireli. flit Mr. James Hortou and Miss Edna 27 for All the Lexington hankers but two musical talent and her friendly ha;j- county have endorsed the Burley Tobaeb McDermott, both of Bnth et Joe D. Sheehan do your paper- - i 8.s?!n! disposition. She' was oca! Items last Page. Add Cooperative Marketing Association. wie married iu Lexington Aug. 13. oompanied, by Baacwu T'ompsua, SH1XGLHS FOR SALE. T. It. RATLIFF, Grange Cily. PERSONAL who is spending several in that city. das' vsici.-tto- u LYRIC THEATRE THIS WEEK AND NEXT m. AT THE Bin COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE STYLE E 2 wc will run Friday, August "Youth's with Joseph IJonnott. Tli Tliis Saturday, August comes Ulara NOW $85.00 TEN-INC- H RECORDS NOW 85c WE SHOW FOUR STYLES i Kimball Young COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES $45 S30 S85 S65 Come and see this line and hear the latest records "The Eyes of Youth" said to he This great picture, loc and E. L. & A. T. BYRON WINCHESTER STORE 25c. Next Friday, September comes the "BORDER RAIDERS." This good Western. and Next Saturday, September will run Welding Repairing We are now prepared to handle all classes of OXY-ACETELY- 4 "A WOMAN'S FATE" m-.-- starring Josephine Baric. This wonder ful star in real society drama, the kind like. NE WELDING everybody and and cutting, as well as general machine and repair work. rent-Teach- er . ' PROMPT SERVICE We solicit your inquiries when in theonar-- , et for gas or kerosene engine power.fc.-HagaINCORPORATED n 1 - n a BLUE GRASS FAIR PWhS 850.000 Gas Engine and MF,G."C6sr:. ' -- LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER $50,0000 ba-U- Live Stock Exhibits, AH Kinds s ": 4 n J Winchester, Ky. ,M MDay, Wed, Sept. r Hari ri's Flying Circus ioiial COAL Get our cash, prices on coal before buying. T. F. ALLEN & SON The annual conference of the KeniSept. 4th litis been designated by Gov. Morrow as Educational Sra-- j tucky M. E. Church will meet at day "to lie the beginning of a week p Somerset, Ky. September 7 when ap discussion on educational mat ters pointments for the ensuing year wll Hazardous Parachute Leap BOYS Ass'-eiatio- BAND X e 50c throughout the State. be made. - . Is .Heel'- - and. lie shoi ml AFTER MONTHS and months. MY Willis-Campbe- ll WIFE persuaded me. 1 THIS TIME they woro great FOR HERE'S what happened. THE PHOTOGRAPHER "LOOK THIS way. AND HELD 3ald- - TO HAVE It done. SO went around. plu." TO THE photographer. AND GOT mugged. WHEN THE pictures' camo. I up soHiot!iin. AS HE pushed . . . the button.,v- - AND NO one eould help. BUT LOOK pleasant. FOR WHAT ho hold up.- WAS A nice full pack. OF THE clgarettod. THAT SATISFY. SHOWED them to a gang. OF AMATEUR art critics. crabs. Willis-Campbe- AND PROFESSIONAL ' DISGUISED AS friends. WHO FAVORED me. WITH SUCH remarks as. "DOESN'T HE look natural?" "HAS IT got 11 a tail?" last one. Chesterfield and LIGIIT np a goodness the of thoso fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos in thS wonderful 1 lend. Taste at flavor ! Ches-terfte- M "A GREAT resemblance." AND THAT MADE ME sere. Co WHEH friend wife. AD I . ' r'.ER howl. ter "They help ic Sri y tlwt ari'T.a! i Satisfy,!" lea can't rois- te THIHD again. Did yoa hn-- u aboat tha Chetsrtitl4 package of 10? half-solin- IP I icc.rrT ii Mv t T' bacc a Co. '4 i M m at : - . KMC .. V . V- - - , .. . f OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, A OWINGSVILLE. KY. BRITAIN HOPES FOR IRISH PEACE ABANDONS DISMISSAL OF PARLIAMENT, HOWEVER, IN ORDER TO MEET EMERGENCY. Secretary Wallace Meets Group of Young Farmers KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Condensed Newt of Interest From All Parts of the State Lexington. The list of alleged draft evnders In Fayette county, outside of Lexington, arrived here. There are thirteen names on the list, which does not give the color of the alleged slackers. Ollk-lalof the local post of the American Legion, which has asked that the list be published, will Investigate the cases before publication Is made. The Lexington list, which is MORE THAN 20 INJURED WHEN MOB ADVANCES IN SEARCH known to contain about fifty names, is expected to be made public in n few OF ACCUSED NEGRO. days. s CROSSED DEADLINE ONE NEIGHBOR 0 COUNTY JAIL TELLS ANOTHER Points the Way to Comfort and Health. Other Women Please Read Nine Peers and Members of the House of Commons, All Unionists, Send Protest to Lloyd George Regarding Terms Offered In Ireland. Kiln In P. Governor Frankfort. Morrow appointed T. C. Woolsoy police judge of Caneyvllle. to succeed II. II. Shrewsbury, who failed to qualify. it-- , fr. IS' tSr,U ... r, ir . Whlteshurg Elijah Stallard, a ColVegetable ly Crook farmer. Is alleged to have Compound and how much good it had shot and seriously wounded his done her daughter, son, Sampson Stallard, the so I took it and now shooting occurring in the Stallard I am regular every home. Tho weapon used was an ohl- - Attorney General Dawson held, should County Jail lireil upon a crowd which month practically the collect his fees for this work out of had crossed a "dead line." with the pain at &1L I recommend and have ro shotgun, fnshlonod your mediwhole charge taking efToct In the vic- the school fund. purpose- of demanding Frank Martin, cine to everyone and you may publish negro, hold In connection with a crimmy testimonial, hoping that the Vegetim's face. table Comoound does some .other trirl Lexington. Tho plan of tho County inal attack upon a county school teach Frankfort. Pardons were refused Board of Education to borrow $47,000 er. All of the wounded are white. the trood it nas done me. " Mrs.GEOBCB Moundaby Governorllorrow to Joe Chapman, to renew notes contracted during Two are women. Deputy Sheriff Chas. Tegarden. 915 Third Street, vfile, W. Va. sentenced to life imprisonment from April, May and June to pay teachers' IajwIs was wounded In the ami by How manv vounz girts suffer as Mrs. Ilnrlnn county for murder; Henry salaries and current expenses Is block- return tire from the crowd. Although Tegarden did and do not know where to Schwartz, Jefferson county, ono year ed by the refusal of Mrs. Nannie G. the machine gun company of the One turn lor advice or neip. iney oiien are county school superintend for converting money; Logan Helm, Hundred and Seventeenth Infantry, obliged to earn their living by toiling Secretary Wallace receiving 170 farm club boys and girls who were spending a week at tiio University of Maryland Jefferson county, lifo for murder, and Faulconer, ent, to sign a resolution passed sevTennessee National Guard was on day in and day out no matter how hard Mr. Wallace shook hands with them nr.d showed them through the In recognition of their agricultural achievements. Leslio Hill, Perry county, fifteen years eral weeks ago, according to Dr. Gil duty at the jail, the soldiers did not the pain they have to bear. Everv girl grounds. who suffers in this way should try Lydia for manslaughter. bert L. Bailey, chairman of the board. open fire. Following reports that the E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and The board held a meeting to canvass school teacher had Identified Martin if she does not get prompt relief write DEBATE OVER SESSIONS FrankforL Governor Morrow made the situation, but decided to withhold as her assailant, crowds gathered In to me iyaia r. zinnnsm jueuiciua w., A SATISFACTORY ANSELL CALLED requisition on the Governor of Mis nction pending advice of State Super the vicinity of the Jail, which was Lynn, Massachusetts, about her health. e. souri for the return of Frank Moore, intendent George Colvin. guarded by national guardsmen, and Such letters are held in strict Reduction Must Be "General," Avers nllas Robert O. Graham, alias Robert soon started down the hill on Main REACHED Lodge, Concerning DisarmaAGREEMENT Jefferson were grant wanted to "MASTER MIND" R. Baker,charge of Inforging T. county edFrankfort. Six parolesCharities and street leadingtwice the Jail. They were EMPLOYED THE RIGHT TERM ment Plans. Tram-wellon the by police. by the Stnte Board of turned back nnme to a check for $123 on the Corrections as follows : , Garland Burt, Gradually, almost 200 men and boys Washington. The question of open Citizens Union National Bank FebruJohnson county, housebreaking, Ao- - approached the Ja'l, while several hun- What Else Was It Possible for Him FOOD RELIEF DRIVE UNDER WAY or secret sessions nt the disarmament to Say of the Soloist's ary 9, 1020. He Is under arrest In St. vember, 1920, one year; John Mills, dred other persons, many of them DISPUTE WITH SOVIET conference started a Sennte debate in IN MAJORITY REPORT BY COM. Vocal Efforts? Charles County, Mo. Fayette county, robbery, eight years. women. In the court house yard, lookINVESTIGATING MITTEE SETTLED. which Democrats criticized certain April, 1917; Ferrcll Lewis, Letcher ed down upon the scene As they camu steps taken by the Administration, and BERGDOLL ESCAPE. The soloist was an egotist and the Frankfort. I. C. Lynch, who was county, breaking Into railroad car, one within 100 feet Sheriff Cate stepped Chairman Henry Cabot Lodge, of the sent to the penitentiary from Jeffer- year, January, 1921; Leroy Mitchell iindr an arc light and demanded that rest; of the choir hated him cordially. Important Details, Such As Means of Foreign Relations Committee, who has son county In June, 1920, for two years Pike county, malicious shooting and they disperse. He gave warning that And when It gave a recent concert been selected as one of the American Minority Report Asserts That No s Transportation and Location of for forgery, was paroled by the Mate wounding, four years. May, 1919; A. J. in Imaginary line between two telei they were provoked when he got the Famine Are?s, Remain To Be delegates, gave to his colleagues of the Army Knowingly AssistBoard of Charities and Corrections. Evans, Bourbon county, grand larceny, phone poles should not be crossed. very best parts. But still the memglimpses of the attitude he Intends to Worked Out bers felt that they had one way left ed in Draft Evader's Escape Co!. Lynch was employed by the Standard one year. November, 1920, and Dewey As a dozen men passed these pole adopt In the conference. The outHunt Held Responsible For Not Oil Company and was charged with Golns, Ballard county, store breaking, the Sheriff picked up a shotgun and to get even with him. One of their and failed to deburst was short-liveHandcuffing the Prisoner. changing entries on tho books wheretirfid over the heads of the crowd. members did the publicity work for two years. A satisfactory agree velop any general expression, of Senate Washington. 13,000 from the com- by he secured Four deputies, who were with him. them and they knew that he too disment has been reached with the So- opinion on this subject of public or to the Louis Industries, then fired two volleys. Two men In liked the baritone, and hoped that be Louisville. Fifty-seveviet authorities at ltiga under which closed sessions. Further debate on the Washington. Samuel Tilden Ansell. panv. He was paroled employing 0,500 people with a total an lite court house yard and two or threj would give him no publicity a thing the American Itelief Administration question was assured, however, by former Acting Judge Advocate Gen- ville Tire and Rubber Company. nual payroll of $0,000,000, have been in the street HreJ revolvers in reply. he craved more than all else. will begin Immediately to fight famine presentation for future consideration eral of tho army and of the prisoner's But to their dismay tlm next mornFrankfort. The budget commission, located In Louslvllo during .the past The shooting then became general, the among the children of Russia, Secre- - of a measure which would Instruct the legal counsel; Colonel John K. Hunt composed of Governor Morrow, State four and years by the Louis deputies firing rapidly. Many of the ing's paper read, "Mr. Blank's rendif C. Cresson lary ueroen j. noover buhouuuiu. American delegates to insist that the anil Colonel ( Auditor J. J. Craig and J. A. Scott, ville Industrial Foundation, F. B. loads of bui ksliot fired by the officers tion of his solos was very satisfying." The agreement, ne aaueu, accepts me conference sit with open doors. Senwith conspiracy In connectiot-witThey took Commiswriter to task. And of the State conumons uemuuueu oy me arawmu ator Iodge did not express ids views the escape of Grover Cleveland chairman furnishing tho Tax depart iVyres, secretary and manager of the and intended to p above the heads of he retorted. the had Jo mentlot. them,, state T sion, is foundation, told members of the Louis the crowd In the street went among organization for safeguarding the lives In regard to publicity, but he did as- Bergdoll, the draft evader. In n repot com-.- ' I I? with of relief workers and Insuring Amerl- - sert Unit in the negotiations over dis- signed by three of tho Svp inemben ments, boards and institutions appro- ville Advertising Club at their weekly spectators In the court house yard. didn't TheyWell, what else satisfying- -' were certainly meeting at the Tyler Hotel In his talk One or more of the officers at the Jail say? i une armament itself he would hold tb tho of a special Investigating Commlttei', blanks for estimating budget can control of rood supplies, . The blanks must on "The Foundation of Louisville's In opened tire with rifles and revolvers. to himself, and as for the rest at you priations for the negotiations nave come 10 u mh-.- principle that the only solution was it tilcO with the House. In the court house scores threw I didn't bear you clamoring for anj mas be tiled not later than September15. dustrial Development." The Industrial cessful conclusion, the secretary ex' 'general disarmament." Oil Crisis Is Near. Characterizing Ansell as "the They will be considered In the order Foundation Is working on an earning themselves to the ground to escape more of them, did I?" plained, it may be a day or two before Mevt Ho declared no one would work ter mind" in the plan by which Ilorg ritv. The Mexican netro-ln,l tucjr nnlnMul v. auu tKo net; ,uu itivv.u tlA Impor-wWc- h they are returned to the com- basis, according to Mr. Ayres, and will the hall of bullets coming In that dl more earnestly for disarmament than doll was released front a military in which leum Industry is nearlng a paralysis, a formal agreement Is signed. mission. trans-th- e $23,000 at the end rectlon, while the crowd in the street right show a net profit of probably will reach a crisis in tant details, such as means of he, but that he would hold to an un- prison under guard to dig up a pot and the Dep ran back, of the year. month of September, according to portation and location of serious fam- shaken conviction that to Insure suc or gold, tie majority report recomNot Acquainted With Shylock. uties charged, firing over the heads of Pinevlile. An attempt to assassinate newspapers, morning's which mine areas, remain to be worked out, cess there must be "general reduc mended that ho lie disbarred from tMs county the crowd and driving nil ot tnem nacn It was a debt case and attorney for Six Breathitt Lexington. company representa- he. said, before the final document Is tions" all along the line. Later In the practicing In the Courts of the nation, C H. Redmon, noted Federal raider quote, local oil the defendant made an Impassioned 'show whose safety and Integrity ha nnd prohibition enforcement officer, men accused of the murder of Sam to Gay street, a block from the JaiL tives and Mexican officials as authority drafted. The work of food relief In Rus- day the Foreign Relations Chairman, ' plea for his client. was made, according to word received Noble, member of the posse waylaid for the statement It is explained that sia will be begun at once, Mr. Hoover peaking on a good roads bill, asserted has placed gold." George after a search for a still, in a war "Like Shylock of the "Merchant of by his brother-in-law- . declared, adding that the Xew York it was false economy to save money A minority report, filed at the sanm here the low market price of oil in the main Marine System Changed. Venice,' this gasping creditor deG. rant sworn out before County Judge Is responsible for the situation, al office of the administration already for roads by taking it away from the time, held, however, that there was Johnson, PinevlUe merchant, and J. Washington. Decision to substitute mands his pound of flesh," he shouted. Allen, one ot - system though the taxes Imposed-bthe Mex was preparing vessels to rush supplies army and navy, whose reduction, he no testimony to support the chnrgo Rollings, United States Commissioner. P. A. Bullock by Shade a "Dare itoar dinner ior meAttorney for the plaintiff rose at ican Government to which protests to Danzig for transshipment Into Rus asserted, had been "carried too far al- that Ansell, through whose 'efforts Redmon was sitting on his porch at St. the posse who Is confined at the Good under which practically nil Shipping once. sia. The quantity of food, however, ready" under existing conditions. s counsel the prisoner was released, Charles, Va., according to the message. Samaritan Hospital with wounds he Board vessels now nrn operated, was have been made, "have been of no aid.' "Who was this merchant ot EnnlsT when he was wounded by a single shot received In the ambush. Noble died that will be needed. It Is understood. conspired to effectuate his escape' Without specific mention of the dis announced by Chairman Albert D. Las-ke- r, he demanded. "A little Ennls county fired from the wooded mountains near- in Fayette county, at the hospital, as can not be determined until a survey armament proposals he reaffirmed his or that his motive was Improper. Blackmailer's Trail Hot nfter a conference with President merchant should not be regarded as the result ot wounds received in the Representative Oa by. His condition Is serious. One Republican Cleveland, O. Postofllce Inspectors of Russian famine,"- Mtlons Is made.- belief that this country could not now being an authority In deciding a lawsuit." affray. He Is said to have been but 15 Hnrdlng. Instead of the boats It is expected' me supplies will be make further curtailments in its mili car It. I.tmriug, or Indiana turn two announced here that they were "hot to operators on a 5 r "Case dismissed," gasped Judge Burwere used In relief work tary and naval establishments with Democrats Ben Johnson, of Ken same, of M. V. Miller, years old. Those accused in the war turned over Paducah. Refusal on thft trail" of a Cleveland black- Uie cent commission basis, It is the board's nett. Texas Newspaper Clipping. to - "'" who has demanded nuajOQiM out menacing national security. While tucky, and Henry D. Flood, of Virginia county superintendent of schools, ex rant are L. K. demons, Charles dem tntentlcn to adopt n uniform charter waiter ons, Nathan KvClemons, Wilson Clem submit on Itemized statement of t mtMmtmm Miii mranr former Xew I lna. comprising a upmer ana more the Senate debate was In progress signed the majority, report. under which its vessels will be leased penditures for last year to the school ens, Amos Fugate and Bub Combs. Under Uireat of I easily uicuic uiei man is Heiress The minority views were Tho Lust for Speed. President . Harding listened to the on a tonnage basis, the leasee assum S o nun n John W. retora. of Maine. board , was the sonrce-o- f . heated argu- . THH!Iru!T:?ri--lCrt- i L.,Et1"" .' tiv'Jial , ifftnl'.?f.Jo . .I ing the risks ot ptoflts or loss.- -' (cocoa. feaders . is oi me uomii m At a Joint meeting of Harrodsbursf. wispect In the blackmailing densed xillk, sugar, pork, flour, that he appoint a woman on and Representative jicArtiXfijZ; yjSa; ni uei concerned w . m me monunyTrB' n. An i:emizea ac- the City Commissioners, Chamber of iilfhtn n few hours, beans and rice, it is peuevea ir.ni me the American delegation to the confer- Republicans. Ing speed a de' .fldmlntstiatlon can depend upCn the ence $33,000richarged against Commerce and other citizens, contracts The majority Giant Fossil Bared. , hie the existing world's speed . Vnnn .. . etmn rar innr n Is said tonrhave told ii.wuaaaB.i tnr cetnliles A letted from way and told them he was confident a commandant ofheld that Colonel Hunt,- count of the requested. Miller de- were let for the reconstruction of the . .nic .i au rflnTniiar at Gov- the board was the barracks in would be found to utilize woman's Jopltn, 3Io. The petrified remains the laws of resistance, and poss.. clined on the grounds that all accounts municipal water plant as follows wis one of the slayers of Dan F. President Harding indorsing the effort Influence and intultldhs to nld in the errurs Island, from which of what Is believed to be a abilities of the best pilot to land to mltlcte famine in Russia r.nd ask success of the 'negotiations. checked by the state Inspector Dam to P. N. Wilson, Harrodsburg, reptile or deep sea monster of gigant'c the any airdrome smaller than the ICatxr, wealthy Ohio publisher. The et out on his errand, directly was were ing for Vjlty of the relief work in one K, Kerns, proportions has been uncovered onia on President's words were Interpreted In responsible for the slacker's escape nt a recent date, and ils report ac $20,017; filtration plant, K. Gobi desert.. It Is stated that In a American organization was made pub various ways by members of tho group, through failure to handcuff him or to cepted by the board. Miller claimed Frankfort, cost plus basis guaranteed Three Persons Killed, farm near Racine, Mo, 13 miles souih certain number ot new monoplanes, by Mr. Hoover. Iv"ashvllie, that he presented a statement of all not to exceed $30,000, city to benefit of here. The general contour of the' possessed ot engines ot anything up to Mich. Three persons. lic but It was sold he refrained from a provide an adequate guard. "My particular purpose in address specific statement whether a woman wrtw IrttlAfl nnd tlirpA Inlnred. mm under that amount; filter equipment fossil Is in a good eta'3 of preservaThe minority, after declaring t lat no expenditures on a previous date. thh wings, retractparseriously, at a level crossing uear, 'ns this letter to ru." the President would sit in the conference. officers of the army "knowlngl and piping, Norwood Filter Company, tion, and resembles s giant lizard. The able undercarriages, and the absence Michigan said, "is to emphasize my wii.h that d here, .when a LoulsvlUe. Two suiUfbr $3,000 dam Florence, Mass., at $13,11 j; extension head Is two feet long. The forelegs of outside bracing, the constructors ticipated "In "the conspiracy," found chargrave dereliction of duty on tho part ages each were filed for the circuit of water mains, John U. Adams & Co, measure 12 feet in length, and the are hoping for a speed of 220 miles .Central passenger train struck an the distribution In Russia of all Large Rewards Offered. in petrified object Is 24 feet long from per hour, with a mere landing speed ot Harrodsburg, $19,639, with four-Inctintomoblle which had stalled when on ity arising. Ia the United States should court against tho Kaufman-Strau- s Frankfort, Ky. Five hundred dol ot Hunt.' tliA Incb Tim H ,n fro Of I o Vn rr-- be carried on through one Ataerlcan lirs reward was offered by Governor h on Perryville street, head to tail, the tall measuring 12 anything over 123 miles per hour. The Company. The plalntiffsl Mary Welsh stead of . of Vermontville: Mrs. Ell Chatfield organization. It Is only through single Edwin P. Morrow for tho persons whj Stolen Bonds Found. and Bethel Forgy, allege that they adding $1,750 more. Pearce, Greely & feet. firms concerned are Nleuport, Spad S, 'j "hd. baby, of Vei American representation and admin waylaid anil shot O. II. McFarland, of Chicago. Bonds valued at $2,000, were passengers on an elevator In the Hansen, of Chicago, are the engineers, and Hanrlot. and it Is hoped that their we can assure to both montvttle. Charles istration that The Injured: ulsvllle United States Prohibition found In the office of John Worthlng- - defendant company's store on July 23, with George Prindle, Chicago, as resi efforts, at any rate to produce a really Rebuilding To Be Begun. Farr, S years old, eon of Otis Farr, Americans and Russians the best serv- Enforcement (Juicer for Western Ken tmi, alleged "master mind" o- - band last, and after they boarded It on the dent engineer. , Washington. The appointment of fast machine, will give rise to some I ice In the use of their funds. I am tucky, and Hugh Ray, a deputy, near of mail and bank robbers, were Identi fourth floor the elevator fell, stopping nA Mr nhnf flirt rii ir pmt constructions. Scientific asking the Department of State to co Hodgenvllle, Larue County. He also fied, Federal officials announced, as suddenly below the second floor. When received niliior hurts. Frankfort Estimates of the Ken William J. ISurns, New York detective, remarkable operate In directing mat passports suggested to the County Judge who part of the $20,000 loot In a Calloi,, the lift was returned to the second tucky Geological Survey places the formerly of Columbus, Ohio, as head American. v- - Atta 06 given ior travel in hubshi uuiy iu asked for the reward that the coun- (Mich.) hank robbery Inst March. floor, plaintiffs, who claim they were value of coal produced In Kentucky In of the Bureau of Investigation of the Rev Sailor! Realy Clever. persorrxwho may be In the service of ty nlso offer'' a reward. The Judge Frank Qulgley and Fred Halg were suffering severely from a nervous 1920 at $159,457,3S0. The estimate Is Department of Justice, announced by Naples. Sailors belonging to the "Madge Is an awfully clever girt." Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty, American iieuet Association. crew of the American steamer Poca- - tne arrested here shortly after tho robbery shock caused by the sudden drop, de based on a 25,000,000 tonnage sale and is the forerunner of a complete reorsaid this would be done. "Why, she's a regular dummy with alfi0 18 01 importance mat tne The figures and returned to Gallon, where they manded to be released from the cab, is subject to revision. Jiontas .handed out chastisement to a ganization nnd possibly a consolidation the men." public should bo protected were tried and sentenced to 20 years In and that the demand was at first lg show that the value of coal produced number ot Spanish sailors in a free American Wage Agreement Rejected. That's where her cleverness comes In this state as well as the volume is. of all Government law enforcement A check of tho nored. flcht which resulted from the Snan- - SO iar as we can ao so irom inose St. Louis, Mo. Officials of the Build the penitentiary. nnd detection agencies. Mr. In. She leads a man to believe that on the increase as the value of coal bureaus lards Insulting the Americans by persons who may wish to thrive on Ing Trades Council, which has a mem liondy reported to hae been stolen Daugherty that he he thinks he Is worth listening to." crying "Down with America." During the period of produced in Kentucky in 191S was Bums advised Mr. Lexington. The great disasters by causing unneces bership of 12,000, announced they had by the First National Bank of Gallon will be In Washington to begin the 594,591,326, based on the production of Americans Immediately tackled the sary organizations to collect for char- rejected an ngreement drawn tip by resulted in Identification of the securiMay 1, 1920. to May 1, 1921, It cost work of reorganization. Spaniards, and forced them to with ity." The President's letter was trans the master builders to adjust all ties found In Worthington's office. dairymen In the vicinity of this city 31,530,442 tons. The 1919 production mitted by Mr. Hoover to the chil wage disputes by arbitration and de draw their Insult and kiss the Amer 3S.1 cents to produce a gallon of milk showed a slight loss of 4603 tons. GRADE' dren's relief organizations, compris signed to prevent strikes and lockouts. ican flag. Set Fire To Girl, 6. Load of Liquor Seized. and bring it to local distributing The 1920 production shows an Increase ing the European Relief Council, and Riverside, N. J. Set on fire by her points In cans, according to results of of 7,393,40S tons over 1919. In the Ky. Eighty-fou- r The chief objection to the agreement, case? Frankfort. a meeting of that body was called .for It is explained, was a clause permitUnion Leaders Indicted. playmate, Cosqua Frengkl, an Investigation conducted by the state of Kentucky there were. In 1920, of a consignment of IKXJ rases of G years old, was burned to death near Chicago. Forty-fou- r true bills worn In the near future to consider Joint ar- ting the employment of 25-Ca- L Kentucky Agricultural Experiment thirty of the 120 counties listed as coai Ilqnor withdrawn from the O. F, S. met: Amtomatic Fist el voted by the grand jury Investigating rangements to be undertaken for Rus her home while companions looked Station, which were announced he-- e. producers; of these, Harlan was the distillery here and consigned to the U effertd I unable to aid her The survey showed the cost ot pro largest producer, with a total produc Koll Brothers' Drug Company, Paduto James sian administration. the bakers' strike, according on, horrified and at ItiiJ Bread Made of Poison. than coat I E. McSnane, Assistant State's Attorney Tex. Analysis by a chem John Knshucu, charged with having ducing 100 pounds of milk to be $4.44 tion of 5,337,483 tons. Tike county cah, were Belzed by Government Latutl a pro- agents nnd nro being held pending an In charge. Members of the union's m aA L Turks Speed Retreat Isst of a sample of what was supposed fired the girl's dress, Is held under making a total cost of production to followed In second place with b fcutirauy. Strike Committee, Executive Commitinvestigation. In the meantime GovSmyrna. The Greeks have begun a to have been potato flour, which, after care of his ptrcnts by Coroner Le- - the farmer of 9 cents a quart. The duction of 5,OS0,6S3 tons. Muhlenberg t I ntahad. O u a rmntMd .,tee, .officers and' wen who were .said second offensive against the Turkish made Into bread here, caused the eoney pending further Investigation. Investigation was made In was the third, with a production of ernment officials are making .in effort to ahoot wltb to have confessed having thrown chem-- 1 Nationalists, The latter are retiring death of a woman and three children, The boy lighted a newspaper and tion with owners of twenty-eigh- t 4,220,4S9 tons ; and Letcher the fourth, lo overtake the truck carrying the 110 abaoluta accuracy. n jcai bombs into d bakeries, rapidly toward the Sakaria River with- - according to police, shows that it con begun chasing other children, It Is farms who furnished about with a production of 3,423,164 tons. other cases. Tills truck Is said to have Shoots Oolt said. wee named. Perry was fifth. out offering resistance. of the city's milk supply. headed toward Covington, Ky. talned 00 per cent poison. Ammunition Uncertainty over tho Irish situation has caused the Government to change its plans, and Instead of jirorogulHg Parliament, ns had been Intended, It merely will he adjourned until October IS. The Speaker In tho interval, will have the power to convoke Parliament should Irish developments necessitate It Premier David Lloyd George Is expected to make a statement on the Irish situation bofort. adjournment. Optimism with regard to the Irish s this thm still was being expressed In ItrKfeh official circles, where It was Indicated this attitude was considered to be Justifiable In the lack of definite rejection of the Government's terms by action of the Pail Eireann. It was commented that Eamon de Valera's uncompromising statements of the lust few days seemed to Indi cute ho was not convinced of llritish In the ieace offer, but offl-rials wore reluctant to believe that an offer which to them appears to be so generous would lie rejected outright. The opinion In official quarters Indi rated that the Irish leaders still arc playing for time and Increased 'pres tige at home and abroad as the result of the formal opening of the Dali conduct Birenmi and Its business-likof affairs, and to this there Is no oh Jertlon from London If It proves to mean continuance of tho negotiations As to the truce being broken and the warfare of a month ago resumed, ofU rials stated that In their view there was not a chance of such a thing tak lug place. of the Nine peers and members House of Commons, all Unionists, sent n protest to Premier Lloyd George re- pardtog the terms offered to Ireland, The protest declared: -We dissent from the ftfAr wfclrfi includes dnrcerous tiro- visions for tho maintenance of a Sinn Htln army. London, e confi-den's se-rloOffi-cerd n wen-chargeone-hal. -192.1-24panic-strickey Attorney General Chns. Resulting In General Shooting In I. Dawson advised Ben II. Cook, superStreets Guardsmen Are Sought By intendent of schools of Christian counBay State Police Blacks Reported assessment ty, that the school poll tax to Be Making Preparations For Dash comshould he made by the county tax Against Jail. missioner. Cm)k was nlso advised that property subject to school taxes should be carried In a separate column by the Western Newspaper Union News Service county tax commissioner, who should Knoxvllle, Tenn. More than 20 also report poll taxes which women persons were wounded, two seriously. have to pay. The tax commissioner. when deputies guarding the 'Knox Frankfort. Motmdsvffle. W. Va. "I had taken doctor's medicine for nearly two years because my penoas were irregular, came every two weeks. ana l wouia suuer with bearine-dow- n pains. A lady told 's me of Lydia E. MB Pink-ham- J 5 '4 X n p-- 1 Vi "U-tae- nt 1 . fn . 1 I niiwrtd ,f , ljf west-boun- h two-Inc- ld " PISTOLS At Bargain Prlcm non-unio- n - non-unio- 1 I one-thir- Business Leaders Sued. Mansfield, O. William F. Fisher, New York. J. Ogden Armour, the .Klchland' County Auditor, entered a estate of Theodore N. Vail, Edward piea ot guilty or larceny when ar- J. Berwind, Rodney D. Chipp, Arthur raigned before Judge J. W. Galbrallh Arthur II. Van Pelt, Thomas W. Streetand, was sentenced to serve from one er,' George J. Baldwin, George H. 10 seven years in tne onto I'entten- - i Olney, Joseph E. Stephens, Philip W, tlary. Following the pronouncement Henry. Miner C. Keith. William M, ,oi sentence. Fisher collapsed and tvas I Baldwin and Gormon F. Sulzberger, carried from the courtroom by Sheriff leading business men of the country, Kaunman ana nis attorney, R. E. were named as defendants In a suit ..Hutchinson. Fisher was arraigned on for $1,440,000, alleging false pretense, one count in tne indictment returned I Sunreme Court Justice O'Mallei against him, charged him with the lar - granted permission to serve Mr. Selz- Iv fUYk 1. , t i nt 4 ' -ucrccn iu v iiuuiiiuuuu, 1 Auditor Sentenced fnr Hay Shipments Halved. Washington. Movement of hay to and from Omaha, JCensas City and other hay markets has been curtailed more than 50 per cent by hicreasei' freight rates, according to dealer who appeared before the Interstate Commerce Commission In hearings ot. grain and hay freight rates. Be cause hay Is a cheap commodity and moves longer distances than other products the traffic has suffered more than others, witnesses satd, and thou sands of acres of prairie hay in tho West will be cut this year. School Releases Wood. Philadelphia, L'a. The Board of Trustees of the University of Penn sylvnniu, at a special meeting In re sponse to the request of John W, Weeks, Secretary of War, released Major General leonard Wood until from his agree September 1, ment to become head of the univer sity. This action leaves the General free to accept the appointment of President Harding as Governor Gen eral of the Philippines. Jos! ah IL Pennlman will continue to act as pro vost of tho university. Twins Held For Jury. Winchester, Ky. Herbert and Ho- nineteen-year-ol- d bart Schumaker, twins, were held for grand Jury in $2,500 ball on a charge of to kill their father, John Schumaker, Sr., whose body was found on his arm, between Kiilvllle and Oil Springs. John Schumaker, Jr., brother of the twins, Is charged with the killing. The twins testified that they saw their brother kill their father. They said that the killing followed a quarrel started In a field, and was continued when all went to the house. Dry Agents Ambushed. Hodgenvllle, Ky. O. H. McFarland. 27 years old, Federal Prohibition Agent and son of U. G. McFarland. enforcement olllccr for Western Kentucky, was shot from ambush by eight men who met McFarland and his party as the officers were returning from a raid. McFarland was shot twice through the abdomen and probably will dlo. Hugh Ray, chauffeur for Mc Farland, was shot through the head. Ray llveb In Hodgenvllle. McFarland's home Is at Glasgow, Ky. Owensboro. ington, who Dr. resources of Kentucky for the Ken tucky Geological Survey, has been vis Itlng the brick and tile plants In this vicinity. The report he has In prepa ration and which will cover the entire state, Is one of a number which the state geologist, Prof. W. R. Jlllson, Is having prepared. Dr. Rels has been e examining the deposits of clays In the Purchase region, and the warfare of our peaceful shales of the ivestern coal fle;ds, both of which have great possibilities, he his sister's arms as he reached his the last four decades," Miss Gordon says. threshold. said. forty-eighth s high-gradanti-alcoh- is of Lex investigating the clay Rels, n. Charged with the killing of Nathan Morris, wealthy young man of Fulton, Ky., last fall, Guy Gray has been arrested In Henry County, Tenn., by Sheriff Walker and deputies of Hickman and put In Jail here, It was reported by the pollce. The arrest was made through the confession of an ac complice now In Graves county Jail, the authorities explained. Morris as sailant had remained a deep mystery. A roll of money which he carried was taken from him and he fell dying Into Hickman. Women Are Rallied. San Francisco, Cal. Women of the country were'called upon to give their support to law enforcement by Miss Anna A. Gordon. President of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, nt the opening of Us annual convention here-Thiwas the keynote struck by Miss Gordon In her address on "The Expanding Program of Our Neve Crusade." "We are not discharged from Tha aafatr attachment makes tal dlacharte utterly Im- poaalbla. Erery bom and automoblllrt ahould nara on handy. Add 15a tor parcel pott and tnraraac. (j W TC1 acciden- Military Model AHteaatfc PlatoL IS calibre, extra (Jr m erf freo marmaioes loade with, ?, 10 cartrldcea, 1I BcraUr prteo SZS.0O. Oar price) Add Ito tor parcel poat and tanrane. EM SHOOTS' COLT'S AUTOMATIC cucrtufiGzs IHIIWI ,!llt.ti!1 - Blind Youth Kills Two. I Police Officials Warned, - A- New York. Detective Captain Ml El Paso, Texas Ramon Bamlerez, ael Flaschettl and Dr. Carleton SI 20 years old. blind." was arrested and charged with murder when Deputy m0n' SpedaI Deputr Pollce Commls- stoner and head of the narcotic squad, Sheriffs found, him sleeping In a shed had been marked for death by the half- a mile from the house in which, Ital'an Camorra, charged with IT murMrs. Conrado Alazar, 32 years old, was ders and suspected of more than 200, murdered, and her children. Conrado. it was announced. Police of 4; Ophelia, 7; and Fannie, 8, were! Detroit and Chicago and other clubbed and seriously Injured. "Yes, cities where there have been succes I killed thefn," was Bamlerez's state slons of Italian murders, were ex- ment, according to Deputy Sheriff changing telegraphed comparisons anil jouu cooue. x wauiea 10 laii mem au i notes In an effort to check the actlvJ irjes of the Camorr it would be better ror them." New-Yor- estimated at Louisville. Damage Covington. Judge Elijah Hogge, of Morehead, Ky., presiding inspector for $25,000 resulted from fire which dey brick warehouse the prohibition forces In Kentucky, stroyed a can company, after a hearing In the Federal building of the Rhinock-Flexne- r here, found the S. N. Well Company, Jackson and Meriwether streets. Two of Covington, guilty of "forgery and other buildings used by the same firm Origin of the conspiracy In unlawful whisky traffic" also were damaged. Judge Hogge ordered the permit of blaze Is unknown. J. B. Mulverhill, the Well Company canceled and ruled night watchman, said he had Just comthat this company be not granted an pleted making a round of the yard and other permit for a period of one year. was near the railroad tracks In the Not e of the officials of the Weil Com- rear of the plant when he discovered pany was present nt the hearing and flames bursting from the roof of tns they had no counsel representing warehouse. In a moment, he said, tha them. entire building was afire. two-stor- Road Policy Defended. London, O. Speaking of the Madison County fanners' picnic. Governor Harry L. Davis defended his highway policy and told the farmers that the state administration would proceed regardless of opposition. The prosperity of the state depends upon gr:ug ahead, he said, It was Indicated in his speech that he did not expect the Interruption In awarding highway contracts to be more than temporary. Al Columbus he ordered the cancellation of two lettlngs In view of high prices. Vain 117.00. Th Uttla slant, a mid at automatic, lal eat dealcned. oaMl manipulated and etmply conatroct-- d affording1 a maximum of cadency. Safety, accidental dlacharc ImpoaalDM. Had In I aliea u!sg Colt's cartridges. Calibres .15 (S.1S If it). 111.00 MX.), liJO .11 T. 110 t MIL). 11.00 Sent Prepaid on Receipt of Price- "We HONOR BIRTHDAY . OF BUDDHA the birthday of tho Buddha was in the Appropriate Ceremonies Held April 8 days of the Emperor Nlnmyo In S24 Wherever His Devout Followers A. D. The statues of the Buddha Had Their Abode. throughout Japan were bathed In the holy water called amacha, which Is . .The blrthdsy of Gautama, founder warm water and hydrangea sap. Each of Buddhism) and the original Buddha, worshiper poured c dlpperful of amto be, April 8, was celebrated acha over the Buddha's head. If he , believed .throughout Jftpan, India and wherever was suffering from any sort of Illness, ereare .Buddhists. The first tecofd ef he rubbed he ear. eve or other nart April m of the. aace In. Japan corresponding to the part of his body which was affected and then with the same hand rubbed his own body. Perhaps one of the most elaborate of religious festivals held In Japan this year was that of the 1,300th anniversary of the death of Shotoku TalshL the first imperial advocate of the spread of. Buddhism. 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How badly he wanted It Is told In the CanHiblo Institute of Chlrugo.) of Cavendish" I9J1. Western Newspaper I'nlon.) adian Mugazlne by t'ol. George T. Denlson, who ns a young barrister was Ooprrt (ht, r iUndaU ParrUh asked to defend O'Leary against a LESSON FOR AUGUST 28 charge of burglary. He was almost caught In the act, FROM ASIA TO EUROPE. ed to either see me herself, or by me nt once, for, without answering says Colonel Denlson, being found In proxy In the form of this mysterious my question he turned nnd called out a Innc In his shirt sleeves behind the MYSTERY. LKftSON TEXT Acts Miss Conrad. Hut what had since to a heavily set. fellow at GO .DEN TEXT And they said, believe shop that he had broken Into; In the Synopsis. In a New Tork Jewelry occurred had compelled n Midden the lower end of the bur on tint Ird Jesus Christ, and thou halt shop was his coat. store I'hlllp United State change In plans, a necessity for con'Dan, here is that guy who was be Mvrd, und thy house. -- Acts 16:31. There was little chance of getting consular agent, notices a cmull bqx 1S.15MATEItlAIv-Uo- m. cealing her escnpe. There wns no asking for Porker. He ain't heard a. which attracts him. He purchases him off, but I did the best I could with nay In which she could notify me, hut miihlii' from him." It Later he discovers In a secret PRIMAHY TOPIC A Wonderful Dream. the Jury, making n strong point of the compartment a writing Klvlnc she might very easily have telephoned JUNIOR TOPIC Paul Creases Over Into The other came forwnrd. elnowlng fact that the crown had not proved clew to a revolutionary movement to her landlady. place hl.s way roughly through the crowd. to Europe. And, If the tn this country seeking to overthrow INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC that the coat was his, and there waa was what I Mtsplcloned It to he. she mid looked me searehlngly In the face. -- lleKlnnlng the Chilean government. The writWork on a New Continent. no evidence thnt It wns his coat. To might have every confidence that her "I'm Costiciin." he said shortly. "They ing mentions a rendezvous, and YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC my amazement the Jury acquitted him. Sorern decides to Investigate!. Kinil-Itfsecret would be guarded. tell me you're hunting Parker. Did -- l'aul Carries the Gospel to Europe. I left the court, and O'Leary came the place mentioned In the writI glanced up at the front of the you have nn appoint men t with him?' ing apparently deserted, Severn to I. Forbidden by the Holy Spirit to offer me and asked me to apply house, senrching the wlndowsf but visits a saloon in the vicinity. A "Yes; he was to meet me here this Chief Justice Draper for the restituPreach the Word (vv. woman In the place la met by a without results. The curtains were morning. Then I left a telephone most en I man, seemingly by appointment, closely drawn to keep out the sun, number, hut he hnsn't cnlled me." We have here a on divine tion of the coat phatlcally, told him to say notli'ng and Severn, his suspicions aroused, and the place appeared forlorn and The Inclination of Paul follows them. They go to the des"He ain't been back; that's the rea- SHldanee. to leave the deserted. At the delicatessen shop on son. Come along with me; t ant a ami his companions was to tarry In about It, nnd advised him ignated meeting place, an abandoned Iron foundry. At the renthe corner I gained n gleam of light, prlvnte word with you." he provinces of Asia preaching the city at once. The next morning I wns passing dezvous Severn Is accepted as one but merely enough to strengthen my vord, but contrary to their lnclinu-.Io- n I followed him rather doubtfully, al of the conspirators and admitted. they were hurried along. There through the courthouse when Dan former Judgment Thb keeper, n He meets a stranger who addresses loquacious though his words and actions ap were many jn'oplc In Asia yet who Dwan came up to me and said: was Swede, hISi as Harry Daly. The Incident peared friendly enough in n gruff way. "Good morning, Mr. Denlson. I wns plivs Into Severn's hands and he enough, but had only been In business He led the way to a closed door at the needed the 'i'ospt'1. They might have In the court yestenlny. and I heard ye accepts It. His new acquaintance n few weeks. there ts a notorious thief, "Gentleman end of the bar, which, when opened, reasoned "What difference would it pleading for Jack O'Leary. Be Jab-er- sl "247 I.e Compte, you say. Yes, she make as to where we preach. Just George" Harris. Concealed. Severn disclosed a small business olllce, con Ye did It well. Ye mulvathered hears the girl he had followed adtakes roomers; some are men, and taining merely n desk and two chairs. so the Gospel. Is preached?" Though dress the conspirators. She urges some are women. They come In here seemingly small, the question as to that Jury till they didn't know where then to hasten the work of the revthey were nt For h va Silcody and buy, but I never ask the nnmes ; It To his rather grftff Invitation to sit whether be the Gospel should olution. The girt discovers Severn wns nil cash, so why should I care? llrtehlng. She accepts his explanapreached nmong the people In the guilty." "1 am afraid he was." said I. tion of his presence and makes an Sometimes I hear them call names East or In the West has determined appClntment to meet him next day. "Yes," said Dan. "But you know, sure; but never Conrad. The woman the entire history of tlm church. Had He tills her his name Is Daly Har-hl- s what keeps the house? Wult nnd I they preacheil among the people In he hod no business to ask for his Informs him of a scheme he has to secure a sum amounting to tell you; It Is on the hooks; nhl you the Eifst, Giristlnulty would never coat." lt.twj.fx). the revolutionary fund, "I refused to npply for It," I rerend ns she wrote it for me Mrs. Au4ave becoinf worldwide. On the other and offers to "spilt" with him. Sevgusta Waldron; maybe a widow? and, by laying hold upon the Grecian plied. ern aecepts the proposition. SevWhat you think? Bnh, she never like He then told me that O'Leary had ern le.fms It was his new friend Intellect and combining with It the and a "Captain Alva" who had anything I have to sell. I care nothpush nnd energy of the Homnns, it gone In himself, Just as the court was lost thf- box which started him on ing for trnde with her a cat this Mrs. opening that morning, and had asked worldwide, in the guidance the trtlL Harris tells him the Augustn Wnldron." the chief Justice to order the return of the Spirit we find Him Just as acwoman ta Marie Gessler. He arranges It meet Severn next day at I left him with the familiar sound tive and as faithful In closing doors of his coat Tom CoMlgan's saloon. Living "But you said that It was not your of the name ringing In my ears the as In opening them. "The stops ns the bulld'ng. Severn finds the body whole thing was traveling In a circle, well ns the steps of a good man are coat" replied the chief Justice. of Captain Alva, stabbed to death "No, my lord, I did not" and the circle wns growing continual with a Aatpln dagger. He rememordered of the Lord." We ought to bers having seen it. or one like It. ly more compact. Blindly, I was "Well, your counsel did." ai truly recognize God's hnnd In the In Marie Gessler's hat. Severn la shut-Ins- " "No," said O'Leary, "he did not stumbling up ngalnst It here ttnd as well as in the "open- forced to believe she Is the slayer. Augustn He only snld that they did not prove there most unexpectedly. outs." Waldron, beyond doubt, was Ivan Wal- It wns my coat But I can prove It II. Called to Macedonia (vv. dron's wife. No wonder her house Being now hemmed In on all sides. is my coat." CHAPTER VII Continued was designated the meeting place for a vision was given to Paul of n man "I think this Is the most Impudent 10 from Macedonia pleading for help. request ever made of me," said the There was no outwarn sign of any those people. This was the solution of the mystery I returned to the hotel. Only as I chief Justice. And he ordered the 6urveIllnnco ts I turned Into the of closed doors nbout them. There is coat to be sold and the proceeds given block; Imleed except for a grocery stood before the door did I realize a negative and a positive sldo to the to a chnrltnble institution and ordered truck before one of the houses, and that the newsboys were calling out, Spirit's guidance. an If we will note O'Leary to be removed from the court at the farther cor- "Kxtrn! All about the murder!" I I do not think I ever defended anboth we shall be able to determine ner, entertaining a group of children, felt that my fnce wns white, nnd that frith a surety the proper course of ac other prisoner. I wns not pleased the street was entirely deserted. Mus- hy hnnd shook, yet I hastily bought tion. In order to be led aright we with my experience In that case. tering my courage, and with a feeling copies of half a dozen sheets, shoving must be sure that we are willing to Youth's Companion. of deep excitement, I advanced up them Into my pockets. be led. pray definitely for leading, nnd the steps of the boiife numbered 247, The reports were mostly alike, exthen render willing obedience as fast and, finding refuge In the outer vesti- ceedingly brief and unsatisfactory, exChurch at Masanpo. as the light comes. As soon as the "They Tell Me You're Hunting bule, rang the bell. I heard no dis- cept that they conveyed the ImpresThe Christian church In Masanpo, divine way was known they rendered Japan's naval base In Korea, had its tant tinkle, but within a moment or sion that thus far the police possessed Parker." ImmedlntM obedience. two the door opened a crack, held tn no real clue as to the perpetrator of beginning 17 years ago when a Korean down, I accepted one of these, chewthat position by a chain, nnd the face the crime. No one connected with III. The First Convert ir. Europt doctor yielded to his aged mother's ing at the cigar between my teeth, and of a middle-agewoman peered out the meeting the night before was men(vr. plea and accepted Christ A beautiful endeavoring to appear quite at ease. at me. tioned In any article, nor was any susThe missionaries went to Phlllpp. stone church one of the finest In all Costlgan, after securing the door, seat"Well, what Is It?" she snapped. In picion of such a meeting mentioned. I seating almost 1,000 ed himself nt the desk, turning his and spent several days studying the Korea, capable of no encouraging tone. read the last line with a distinct feel- swivel site as chair about so as to face me, conditions there. The Jewish element people, stnnds In a prominentsacrificial "I should like to see Miss Conrad," I ing of relief, dropping the paper on In this city was very Insignificant; a witness to his earnest and his freckled hands on his knees. began apologetically. "I have an, ap- the floor. "George told me nbout you this' so muh so that they could not afford effort. pointment with her." They bad discovered no clue, nothsynagogue; therefore the devout In addlthm to Sunday services and morning," he began. "At least I sup"Not here yer ain't, young man, for ing whatever to work upon. The In- pose people were accustomed to worship regular Sunday school In the morning, you're the lad: your, name Daly?" there ain't nobody by that1 name In terior of the car had yielded no eviTo this humble the church maintains several extenI nodded, greatly relieved, hut un- at the river side. dence of Its former occupant, the only this house." Sunday schools la the afternoon. willing to trust ray voice. The wan gathering Paul came and preached to sion "Are you sure? This Is 247 Is It reference being to mud on the floor. did not the women gathered there. A certain There are week " t schools for voung know me; had no sus' '' 'n. ten Is atte woman from Thyatlra believed his men. not? That was the number given mr Outside all footprints had been ob ., 1" meet yer." literated hy the falling rnin. No one ' - Rev. Po : message, and wns baptized. The work one hund She was to be here nt two o'clock . e. '"J" tour' i Hv o p had heard a Lnrrt "This yero Is 247 all right I !. t In the neighborhood r tct? huruhn: begin f"!iVnii Is t or sound, or witnessed any movement. ning, but It was destlneirToTrwsfonu htmscTna. ? a brief addt denyln that," the voice more Ve never . - j from 'ray f school conyen. all Europe and the world. Lydln wns tha Toklo i. than ever, "but there ain't nc MIs The whole affair was shrouded In mys sten' no allngs togetner, but if had a woman of wealth, culture, and wide Conrad yere; o that's all therr t., tery. tied up with George, it's quite "xperlence, and yet she had need of about It" What, under these conditions, was ,o Local Industry. i'l have. He an' I hav' ' my duty? 'What could I cither do, or r: "But there mast be." "These nutomoblles Is great - Christ. The steps In Lydln's conver r.i'.ers fer a long while. He's sion are worthy of uote: "Must be nuthln'i I en ess I .o ? say, to clarify this 'tragedy, and bring Hons." remarked Sheriff Honker c: a good guy." I've been yere seventeen year 1. Attendance at the place of prayer the guilty to justice? I sat there for "Didn't know you liked 'em." t" " other en ther never was nobody of tha (v. 13). This Is the case with most j an hour thinking and smoking, "Yessir. They enable a conscien i, feeling tr deavorlng to answer these queries. I d people who are saved. The Spirit of tious ofilcer of the law to do his duty -- y something could study out no clear way to any r God puts It Into the hearts of the1 peoand arrest a lot of people who live i j( the same boodic. '.i confession, which would not directly o ple to come to the place of prayer. too far away to pull ag'In him when you i suppose?" ti J poInvolve myself In the, tolls of the 2. Listened to the preaching of the he's comln' up ag'In for election." No, he didn't. Just said he'd run lice, or else Implicate Marie Gessler, word of God (vv. The Instru so as to make any defense on her part onto you, and that you were liable to ment used by the Holy Spirit In the Two Ways to Get Rich. turn a trick together. George dtV. almost Impossible. No doubt she was conversion of sinners Is the word of Tattletv I'm getting rich arm, guilty, yet I could not drive myself to slop over; that ain't his style." ng Ood. "Faith coraeth by hearing, and Rattlet-Maklmore money7 "But he spoke about me?" openly charge her with the crime. hearing by the word of God" (Rotn. "No; spending less." ' '."ell, yes, In a way. But It There must be some extenuating cir10:17). ore than I told yer. He h cumstances, some unknown cause 3. Her heart wns opened by the Picture Printed In Dots. ut afore you got 'round, so -- j which had led to the act I could nuLord (v. 14). Regeneration Is a suPictures printed In dots, on the you was comln', an' for me to be forget her face, her manner, the clear, pernatural work. When the Gospel Braille system, are the latest Innovawomanly lock of hep eye she was no uecent to yer whenever yer blowed Is preached the Spirit of God makes tion for assisting the bllz-dmurderess, and It was not In my heart In." It living nnd active, opening the "How long was he to be gone?" to denounce her as such. Besides, If henrt for the reception of Christ. Jt Can't Be Done. I took this responsibility It would 4. She wns baptized' (v. 15). It is Krlss "A man Is a fool to become only serve to shield other crimes of natural for the one who believes In a bigamist" Kross "Of course. No more Importance than the violent "You must have faith In ma, Christ to desire to be baptized. man can serve two masters." in spite of all." death of this Chilean revolutionary also believed household , S. Her the murder perhaps of many Innocent v, 15). Thus we see that her's was victims, and the destruction of much Getting Pointers. (TO BE CONTINUED.) a typical conversion. , valuable property. For Alva's death Freddy Where fare your parents. IV. A Spirit of Divination Cast Out would hardly stop the plotting already FOUNDER OF SUNDAY SCHOOL Tommy They're gone to watcb (v-- . on foot The money was still here In somebody else fight ent out from As the missionaries! New York ready to be used ; the propaRobert Ralkes, to Whom Honor Is Gen. day to day to the place of prayer they A Shock. gandists at Washington would never erally Given, Said to Have were accosted by a young woman posBridegroom (expectantly) Now, my permit It to long He Idle. They would Borrowed the Idea. sessed by a spirit of divination. She dear father-in-lafind somewhere another leader, and I I wish to say Just was owned by a syndicate of men who a word about my debts alone seemed to be In n position to Itobert Itaikes of Gloucester Is often Father-in-la(slapping balk their hellish purpose. Perhaps set down as the founder of the Sunday derived largo gains from her soothhim on It was even by their orders that Alva school, writes on English correspond' saying. This act of the woman be- back) Debts, my boy? Why, I'll warhad thus been put out of the way. cnt, but nothing Is heard of Emmanuel came a great annoyance to Paul who. rant my debts exceed yours three to "Well, What la ,lt?" She Snapped, He had acted too slowly, and sus- Twynnlng, the shepherd of Magpie In the name of Jesus Christ, comone. picion might have been aroused as to Bottom, Sheepscombe, Gloucestershire, manded the evil spirit to come out ever In this house. Besides, I'm They Have To. and can't stand yere talkln' his real purpose. On every side I was from whom Ralkes got bis Idea. Mag Here Is a case of a spiritual medium, being freed from assailed with doubts. Lionel There's a woman all dny." who pie Bottom Is a beautiful crinkle at a fortune-tellepossession. Many men to- makes little things count. "Do you know a man named Yet even If I held silent I knew the edge of the Sheepscombe, where Lucy Who Is she? Krantxr,, I flung at her desperately, not In which direction to turn. I had the lane departs down the valley, at last day are making money by the degraIn a last effort to arouse some re- apparently lost all touch with the reaching Gloucestershire: The young dation of womanhood, and they resent "She tenches arithmetic In an Ingirl. She had failed mo completely sponse, "Adolph Krantz." man must have been up here to take all efTorts to destroy their infernal fants' school." London Answers. "No, I dori't; ther ain't none of cither by accident or design. Her ap- a service. At any rate, as he went business, even try to destroy those CINCINNATI MARKET8. pointment with me had served to re- by Magpie Bottom there was Shepherd who lnterefere with their business. those people yere, I tell yer." a everywhere Satan blocks thei The door slapped shut In my face, veal only one fact which might prove Emmanuel Twynnlng In that d Here Hay and Grain. oMmportance 247 Le Compte street and I heard a bolt' shot Into place little paradise, with a ring of way ns the Gospel of Christ Is carCorn No. 2 white 5&e, No. 3 white was undoubtedly a link In the chain children round him, explaining perhaps ried Into new fields, but the Lord Is the Interview was ended. 501837c, No. 4 white 5455c, No. 3 I stared a moment at the blank door of the conspiracy; It was the home of pastoral parables of the New Testa again triumphant yellow nSgSOe, No. 4 yellow 5657c, In bewilderment ; then turned away, Ivan Waldron. Once I told this dis- ment Master Bob Ralkes stopped, No. 2 mixed 5Sc. Spirit of God In the Church. and slowly retraced my steps to the covery to Harris the way might be perhaps Joined In a hymn anj talked street So. the young woman had de- opened to closer Investigation. But to the shepherd, asking him how hel There may be some who ask, "Does Sound Hny Timothy per ton $21.50, liberately lied to me ; had merely been what had become of Harris? It was "went on" when the weather was not the Holy Spirit flit the church today clover mixed .$7010. amusing herself at my expense; had already approaching six o'clock, and so favorable. He was told that on and transform the hearts and lives of Wheat No. 2 ted $1.220) 1.23. No. sent me on this wild goose chase so the man bad not telephoned me. Sure- wet days some handy cottage shel- men as He did In the days of the 3 red $1.101.10, No. 4 red $1.12ig1.15. that she might laugh over my sim- ly he must be aware by this time of tered the class, and that, come wet or Apostles? Yes He does, when the Butter, Eggs and Poultry. plicity. But was this true? If so, the murder of Alva; the uselessness fine, there was a class every Sunday. people of the churches become more bow was I to account for the'strange of seeking longer to And him alive. During the walk back to Gloucester anxious for the gift of the Spirit than Batter Whole milk creamery extras coincident that both she and Harris Was hevalso endeavoring to avoid me? the thought took root and, without for outward showing, when the most 46c. centralized extras 46c, firsts 3Sc, had named the same number, and was his purpose deceit? or had some the thyme and the marjoram and the earnest prayers are uttered for the fancy dairy 33c. street? It could not have occurred suspicion arisen in his mind es to my inconsequent chirruping of grasshop- giving of the Spirit of God. In our Eggs Extra firsts 33e, firsts 31c, merely through chance. Something really being Harry Daly? pers, Robert took up his shepherding devotion to organization, and clubs, ordinary firsts 27c. possibility, and un- In the dark streets of the cathedral and guilds, we sometimes forget the must have happened In the meanAroused by this Live Poultry Broilers 2 lbs and while to overthrow all her plans, and able to remain quiet longer, I slipped city. need of the Holy Spirit And yet we over 26c. fowls 4 lbs and over 22c, to cause this rabid housekeeper to n revolver from the depths of my bag know that souls are not saved by under 4 lbs lSe, roosters 14c. even deny her very existence. And I Into a coat pocket and departed tgain Equipment clubs and societies, and concerts, and Live Stock. held the key of explanation She (In a tantrum) Absolutely! I'm by moving pictures at the evening jhe mur- for Costlgan's, determined to learn the der of A!va. truth. I approached the same bar- going away to die. Give me my tooth services, but by the presence of the Cattle Steers, good to choice $7 73 Beyond all doubt here was both tender with whom I had spoken In the brush and my powder puff. Parhj Spirit of God In the church. In both 0.50, fair to good $0 507.75, common m.sm and effect The girl had Intend morning, and he must have recalled Sans-Gento fair $16.50, heifers, good to choice pastor and people. ?6.50S.50, fair to good $550650. commotio fair $45.50; canners $1.50 Success. twenty to twenty-fiv- e pounds from these slmpl articles, Is whisked of stpero Fuel Problem Solved? Dobson He made his money selling 02.25. stock heifers S45J5. stock steam. From the screws, the fuel Is high above the head and kept whirl $56.50. books. In blown, by a fan lng at a great speed. No one can unsuspension, Calves Good to choice $1L5012, Hobson First time I ever heard of Forced by the high price of Import through two lines of hose to derstand how the time required to fair to good $S 11.50, common and e ed coal to make use of a the firebox. The fireman controls cook the egg Is reckoned, for no dock a man making any money selling large $37. native lignite, the railroads of Italy the rate of feed from the cab. or watch Is nsed. During the perform- books. Shppn fJnnd in- rhnira vw'fij' w 4tlt- books were Dobson But these v 3iFhl Wl ot have solved their problem by orderance, the fakir talks to his admiring " to good $203, common $11.50, "How to Make Money." ing American locomotives, equipped Cooking Eggs With a Bit of String. audience, and cannot therefore be aclnmos. gooa to cnoico $1L5031L75, Cooking eggs and then returning cused of counting the time. Should a to burn pulverized fuel, says Popular good $7.30011.50. His Choice. Mechanics Magazine. This material them to their normal state Is a secret customer wish a egg to be Sf).50't5in. phnlMt Hoes Heaw "Any particular choice of cutf Is drawn from the bottom of Its tank trick practiced by India fakirs. The returned to Its soft state, he need only packers and butchers $10 g 10.23, me- e m the tender by four four-inc- h steel apparatus consists of a leather speak. A little more skilful maneuver- asked the butcher. common to cnoice neavy replied the customer, "I'd like tuum feed screws; operated In pairs by a and four pieces of string. An ing and the egg la as fresh as it a "Yes," about 50 per cent In price." fat sow $542)7. Hsht (thinner Sm.n .f engine thit will11 run oa cut of being placed In a sling made had Just been laid I pigs (110, lbs and less) $6 10. From Blighty t. The Mystery of By Randall Parrish SunddySchool T Acquitted Prisoner Must Have Valued the Garment, but Hs Didn't Imprest Chief Justice. theSilverDagfier Lesson .Af A a Nw Ctuuc OH Sims Tl$w4 SlsrQCS T alt feel the same if too hake into ALLEN'S FOOT-EA-SE (. 16.6-1- red-face- g ). Warning! Unless yon see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you ore not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for twenty-on- e years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago' and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mononcetlcacldester of Sallcycacld. Advertisement NOTHING Do Takes the friction from the shoe, freshens the feet and gives new vigor. At night when your feet are tired, sore and swollen from walking or dancing, sprinkle ALLEN'S FOOT-EAS- E in the foot-bat- h aai cafoy the buss ol ket wluV est aa ache. The Antistytlc HcaJIag rewder tfceleet ir Over 1,500,000 lbs. of Powder for the Feet were used by our Armv and Naw during the war. Artist-inerrst-tn- c Hk tlx Ttmt DIFFICULT ABOUT IT Little Matter of Tactics No Problem at All in the Mind of That 16799 in New York City alone from kidney trouble last year. Don't allovt yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking Sergeant DIED - hec-nui- The squad was working ont some tactical problems In the field. The scene was laid at Quantlco on n particularly hot July afternoon. Lieutenant (to sergeant) It Is presumed the enemy Is advancing In the general direction of that hill. It Is also presumed that your machine gun squad has heen detailed to delay the enemy's advance as much as possible. Proceed to take the necessoy action. Sergeant (wiping his brow) It Is presumed that we have advanced to the sheltered side of that hill; got our machine gun Into action; wiped out the enemy and returned to cwtr original position. Will that be all, for this afternoon, sir? The Leatherneck. SWMP-ROOT COLD MEDAL The world's standard remsdy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles. Holland's National Remedy since 1653. All druggists, three sizes. Look far t&a nun Cold M4I box and accspt a IsaUstSost rrr FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really stands out as a medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rostands the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in. thousands upon thousands of distressing cases. Swamp-Roo- t makes friends quickly because its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable compound. I KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good tencT CJry organ-grind- ' it and you will know why PARKER'S HAIR' BALSAM d ). - ! t i . ( ot-th- i 1 . i ). . sjn-ner- 's ). Bwrnram(-tuvtBtrrHScj Start treatment at once. Sold at all JUateTM Color aa4 1 drug stores in bottles of two sizes, mediBoOBtr U Cnr sad TooW KaU ( um and large. ec aaa fiat as itbctu" TfTwtCttewristMrTE-y-However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. H1NDERCORNS Cm. o Kilmer ft Co.. Binshamton. N. Y for a toaaav stoaa all Data. i itraa if artist sample bottle. When writing be sure and tteta. jdum ni fur. ja. t mrnti er aierss BlaaasCaamkalWarta.riNS.raa. S. T mention this paper. Advertisement. $1 A WEEK ODAKAXTEED (or attUn 4 araraca Craaco Ralncaats s They Weren't Cherries. dmr. Ootdt FREE. Wa DallTar and CallMt. While going through the grocery de- Improved ill l. Cat. Dept. 117. A tailed, O. partment of one of our large stores W. N. CINCINNATI, NO. recently I noticed a crowd around a demonstrator, but I paid no attention TIME NOT WHOLLY WASTED to what she was saying. On the table wns a dish of what I thought were 'ring Academic maraschino cherries. I took one antLU y '' .dge .i .. . i. . ...... . . . btv Learned uui ii in my moutn. will lit While. bite I had the crowd aro 1 me. I thought I 'g'tl not The pUrreaming ' srry. ways an of the . dent t let " fr. as I thought. It wat .upsui ntaln bane found to study at fculnl for fit" ng coloring matter ftr oleomargarine tunov Unit the lady was demonstrating. My he reached the port taken 200 lips, chin and waist were colored a fouud that, owing to b days on the Journey ef theterm beautiful yellow. I must have looked ' is and other like the Yellow Kid. This cured me was over. Contrary contretemps acconntea for the delay, of the bad habit r 'iampllng things. during which the crew had to' set Exchange. about finding means of turning some of th'e corn they were carrying as Hands. Cutlcura Soak hands on rc ing ui the hot suds cargo Into bread. They found an old berry-mll- l but the story Is too long of Cutlcura Sou ury and rub In Cutlcura Olntmeuu Remove surplus to tell. It Is one of the sea's many Ointment with tissue paper. Ibis Is yarns, and leaves the conviction that only one of the tilings Cutlcura will do that student. If he la wftrth his salt, to having lost some of If Soap, Ointment. and Talcum aroused will not object year learning of the the academic r Advertisement. for all toilet ways of a barque on the ocean. Christian Science Monitor. To a a" Rain. To Canadians . , .e distinction of Between Two Fires. proposing one oi most novel uses The young couple were- - dining out. ever conceived ft, jj airplane. WinIn the middle of their meal a tail and nipeg men are reported to be organizing an aerial Irrigation company. The' beautiful woman passing near their aim Is to cause the rain by spraying table give the young man a look of liquid air In the clouds from an air- recognition and a smile. ' So dangerous-wa- s the smile that the plane, thus causing the moisture to condense. Recently dust was thrown girl said. "John, who was that womfrom an airplane on the clouds 5,000 an? John held up his hand. feet high In, an unsuccessful attempt ' "Now, for goodness sake," he sald to cause rain In Pretoria. "don't get bothering me about who she Is. I shall have trouble enough exGooseflesh. Kathryn Mr. Quotlt paid me a high plaining to her who you are." compliment. He said I reminded him Obvious. of the song, "Annie Laurie." KIttye H'ml "Her throat ts like "Is dat dah Sassafras Simpson took the swan." Just think of a swan's a wife yit. Kastnsr "Reckon IM throat picked bare. hain't. Brer HIgglns, He's worklnV a, 34-19- 21. - ' -- j - , ' ' -e house-Cleanl- n' r, RfttConleattlSTlm-l- l CASTORIA For Infants and Children. thyme-scente- Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of Jstajjuartasfli riaWrT- -r In Use W e. it! I' I aIlXXVaaaT " five-Inc- h are -- . l VttfnbCtl For Over low-grad- Thirty Years ire hard-boile- d boot-tongu- egg,-.afte- it ii, CASTORIA TM cstmua eesmurr. tmrrtmrc errr. 77 ,M . 'OMNliSVlLLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE. - -- -. Publisbed Weekly, KY. Entered according to net of Congress, nt the Owingsville, Ky., matter. as second-clas- s subscription THE OUTLOOK'S rates are as follows: $l..r0 One Year 75c Six Months "S. Three Months 45c. ' E. D. THOMPSON. - - - Kentucky. Jsvllle, Post-offic- ' hursiuy, Ai'orsT 25. 1021 For County Judge EWING CONNER Lick Inst week. Granville Ratliff;1 McPonii, daughter Opal mid son Mr. and Mj. Clifton .IoIiiimhi gave Earl of Noblesville hid. spent from A gloom of sorrow was cast over a parly hist week in lintuir of their Monday till Friday with their sister our community when tint Death Ansel ' Miss Ik'rnii'c Tim-1- , who ii and aunt .Mrs. .lolin Markland and m-u.. and toi k oi r f .biting them. Jones na-- l pmnising voting men, (iranville Rat-- I brother and uncle, Good. B. Henry nnd Kichartl fainily. The McCoiiu trio oortainli mi. lie iitid neen sick ouiy a low pastcr were in Salt lack htsl ween. gave some enjoyable music win" days with pneumonia. All was done Mrs. Lou Cannichnel and chit-lr.for him that loving hands could b, here. of l.oiuilli" is visiting her hut (1 d released his Mill"'- - "lug on SALT LICK hi. it hers George and KoH. Eld rid ge. j Deceased was' cnlv .lillv IS, 11121. Married, August 15, at the home Mrs. Kichaid Goodpastcr has boon v.ry ill the p.ist week hut is seme jof the brides' father Will Altlerson. ii i. ..in ionium inn unci iii.mil iui jlof near here, Miss Adah Alderson Ills parents to Addison, Oho. At tile, tt.crimn. Robert Maze and Miss Sadt.- - time of his death he had come to Hiehanl Caipeuter and wife spent Iderson and Will Itrvant. Itoth visit his aunt, Mrs. Will Moore and Sundav with Dan Hlevius on Flat Creek. y'imjr men are of this place. A large other relatives. (Iranville was a Mrs. Makenion who has been ill crowd of friends were present aic: hoy iiked by everyone the pleasant , s Horso In Egyptian History. No inenllou of the horse occurs In niiclent history liel'ore the close of the Tw,.fth-Kgjptlndj nasty, mid a ful study of the p.'Jaec of ihe Pharaos ,li,s tMM '" r 'sr,x ' It .. ... I...1I... ...1 ttult (In, f (I... I the liorse was Imroilnccil union-.- : the KgypMans after lh invasion of lower Kgvpt. nlioiil SUM It. C, hy the or shepherd kings, who appear to hac en a tartar race. It Is, how- ot r, unit after the expulsion of those cure-vi-ite1 I PECIAL SALE j , ( soneandwasLmj j- -j . ji'l for sonic time is about the same. For Sheriff "ilhoit and Adams will he- Bros. S. M. ESTILL. Kin a protracted meeting at Sugar- Depnties: Anron Fanning and Mason Grove Monday night, Aug. 22. IL Botts. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY SALT WELL D. V. DOGGETT ' j " and family on Stepstone. Mrs. Spenec of Olympia was call- ed here to the bedside of her sister. Mrs. Jeff Staton. Mrs. Hart and two daughters, of; Georgetown 111., spent last week witt. Mrs. Jeff Staton and family. Mrs. Elva powers spent from S CLAUDE STATOX. urday nutil Monday with her us'or For Representative in Winchester. VAN Y. GREEN. Miss Mona Goodpastcr spent "loin For Circuit Judge. Friday until Monday with Miss Luc HENRY' R. PREWTTT. B. Thomas at Owingsville. For Commonwealth's Attorney. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Trcadway W. C. HAMILTON. spent Saturday and Sunday with essful and a number of people atMAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT tended from a distance. The Owrelatives in Winchester. R. T. MYERS ingsville Churches being about the MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. OK LA only ones not sending delegates. OIARLES MYERS James Ellington one of the he Toniir Gray and family and Elsie Daughcrty attended tho Ewinij fa;r known fanners of the Licking Un GROVE LOCUST and ion neighborhood mid owning Saturday. i Master Chnrles Riddle of Yy .,!!. II.- ..f V,,in I...1 u Iivig on the Ragland farm, died Aug-1" ' L inR spent last week with his grandafter a long illness, the immediate ited his sister Eva Gray from Tucs- Si day uiitil Friday of last week. father, L. X. Riddle. cause of his death being (lux. Mr. Angic Swctnam nsitcl rcla Herman Flora and little son Aus- Ellington was twice married his first 'tivelon Rose Run and near ML tin visited his uncle, Wm. Williams wife being a Miss Martin of Morgan Sterling recently. county, the second was Miss of Fleming county Sunday. Clvde Crouch and wife of near Mt who with several children the toiisi-liti- s. Miss Nadine Crain has Sterling visited their uncle Valter survive him. Mr. Ellington was a Crcuch Satunlay niglit and Sunday. good kind hearted gentleman and Mr. and 5frs. T?wis Crnmp of Up' OLYMPIA wHl be greatly missed. We extend per Tiite Oak spent Sunday with (i. W. Young has returned from ti sympathy to the grieved ones. The James Crump and family, eroral month's visit with his chil-'re- u burial took place near Yale. Mark nopkins and family of Lex in Idaho. ington visited their grandmother GRANGE CITY Orvnl Hart and little son, Charles Willie Mrs. Mollie Ilendrix and uncle Mrs limine Logan and her grandcame Sunday to be the guests of his Ilendrix the past week. daughter returned to the former's at parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hart. Elmer Highley and Willie Hcndrix Pineville Sat;r V after a visit to Kelly Smith, of Akron, Ohio visid familv attended the Ewing fair ited George relatives here. Swartz and family last .Saturday. Arthur Story, wi"c son and H.rMp.nM IlmiMiter week. , T.tfflA Pone . ... v "J : "" Ii Mr. and Mm. William Dixon have ret of Willie Hendnx yxn rhV five M-- 1 home iu Lxington Thursday after a turned to Chicago, 111. after a fewar,priie in the,.pony ridings coiitest to MrsjY. R. Jaek-- I days visit to Murnn Storr and fam- -' . I.c.x-igto- n 7 Ann-strong -. - For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARKES Deputies: Charles Bristow and Cliff Ilendrix. For Tax Commissioner THOMAS I JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betb. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON' For Jailer Mrs. Jen Staton continues very .11. Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Goodjmstsr , "SJ nil elegant siipcr was served. W'r a Iitir ani. wish the happy couple happy married life. Mrs. Wnlingford of ftklahntn;. City and Mrs. Smithers of I.oxitigt n were quests of (heir cousin, Mrs. ! iac Nhoiiso last week. Master Hark" Jackson spent a Tew with relatives at Olive Hill. Mr. and .Mrs. D. V. Lii'irew and children have returned to their homo ri l.cvingtou after a visit here. Mis- - Thehiia Merrill of Ford caiae last week to he the guest of her sts- tor Mrs. S. Slaffou Mrs. Charlie Williams is unite ill. Van Green, wife and daughter and Mrs. Everett Ilaor visited in from Thursday till Sunday. Rev. Goldy of .the M. E. Church is assisting in a very successful meet-im- r at Olyinpia. The Sunday School Couvcntio i hold here' on Friday was very suc- 'as scenes In play a conspicuous part In ilctcrmlnlns the crcat changes In tho tactics of the Kf.vptlan army. Moreover, the anolcnt historians. Herodotus, DIoilorus Sleu-lus- . anil Straho. are unanimous In omitting any mention of the appcnr-nncsmile and kind word made him i. of the horse prior to the epoch favorite with both old and young. of the HjUmis linn-inMay our Heavenly Father comfort What Makes Some Fur Costly. the broken hearts of his dear one. When we hear of fur wraps cost- Contributed. e sometimes ItiK .SUtMKi) or $! m.ik xi. wonder what It Is ilmt makes them There arc said to be nearly eight so valuable. Wraps costing this nili4t nrt usually made of liussinn snMe, millions of laborers out of einp(o and they are the work of months . cut iu this country. Thousands of sometimes of years. skins must he hfkoil over to select ' tliosa which in. itch. .hick foiivcis. miseil TrUli mt;i- Nature never A..,. tt.;. season winch weigh a makes the skins of two animals hlcn- '., Ileal. They vary either in iiiallty or jtnind a pieno in Ins garden on Coyle niI(ir or ,tlli it takl, experts to pick those which can he used together tied. Not only do exIn a single garment. perts select the skins and fashion the A son of Riley Ingram who died design, hut only the most during trap iu Ohio, was buried at the Ingram pers go deep Into the forest of Iter- sable the Unci graveyard on Little Salt Lick Wed- gusin. win-rare found. The darker the color the nesday. more valuable tliv pelt, and ns the lii'iit fn.i..u tin. fin- - it Is milv In the Mrs. .lohu II. Snedcgar who lives dPiisest part of the wimmI that the near Wyoming is selling out her prop best skins are found. military s e n. -I it., lmmm.Mts In which horses and f, are ottering to the public onr en- tire line of merchandise consisting1 of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes, Rubber Footwear, Hardware, Glassware, Tinware and Groceries We J ! ' ONE DAY ONLY MONDAY, AUGUST 29,1921 . ,) . A'l A 4 REDUCTION OF 25 PER CJ3NT. from reffiilnr selling prices. Note the following special prices: DRY GOODS ,SH0ES $2.50 $3.00 $5.00 $5 50 t itu-si- ' rty with a view to moving west. The Ways and Means committee f Congress decided to levy a Hat lax of $10 on soft drink retailers instead of tax on the number of drinks sold. The Owingsville Public School wil! Igin Monday September ii. i I 'he committees appointed at the ! te mect:ng are making a school' district canvas secure ii '. pledges to the cooperative marketing plan the Burley Associat-and meetings at Salt Well li'iolhouse Tuesday, August 311, and at Preston sehoolhouse August will have if Hat Once Used as Symbol. MEN'S FURNISHINGS The earliest hat was a symbol it way hack ll.JHX) years aso, when the $2.00 Men's Hats $1.50 Kxyptlans Invented It, to show the 75c to 1.50 Dress rank of men. Ami then, along the Men's Work Shirts 6Sc Men's Shirts Tigris and Euphrates huts appeared lis hclmcs of ilehtltiK men. The ar- Men's Overalls Die to $1.13 ruler of Men's Khaki Pants $1.13 chaic picture of Xaram-SIn- , Mm til II helmet With A.'.iilii ilum-Iloys'.Overalls 61c curved imnis. cloth ami fur nime Boys' Dress Shirts 57c first hat modeled after the old tiger skin idea -- and then. If send runs. St. OlluM" Pti.iii.uif luveiileil tile motto of fcltlm? i mailed j10 rai.hits mi. n.ith i.o.his ...itkw ,li. i1nvilooii.t throie'll iirmor. Tlie more general 'use of hats seems to Ik have originated In Kii'.'land with the Norman conquest,' UKKi A. !., and In the Thirteenth century hats with brims appeared. In PJo4 Pope Innocent IV authorized the wearing of .Medieval plumed hnts hy cardlnaN. lints appeared about this time. i I . lie per yard per yard Brovvn Cotton (c to 11 per yard Bleach Cotton i)c to 13c per yard per yard Percales 13 Shirtings 12c per yard Clark's 0. N. T. 5c per spool Dress Ginphams C LallCOS 7 1- -lc l-- Ladies' Slippers $1.88 Ladies' Slippers $2.25 Ladies' Slippers S3.75 Ladies' Dress Shoes $4.10 Children's Shoes and Slippers $1.31 $3.50 Men's Work Shoes $2.63 Men's Dress Shoes $3.27 GROCERIES 24 pounds Crystal Flour 75c pounds Purity Flour 94c 15 pounds Granulated Siifrar $1.00 Peaches Canned 19c Apricots Canned 19c Salmon 10c Coffee 11c, 15c, and 19c per pound 2--1 J 4 bargains too numerous, to mention. Everything: soils reduced rate of S .00 worth for 75c. Kcsuro aii(IV on hand and got your snare of these wouderful bargains. V t will have extra salesmen on that liny to take Cai of the price paid for eggs and poultry. Come early and avoid the rush. 1 -- s. trade-Highes- and the Owingsville-i'diurpshirteams will play here Sunday, August J8. Licjc Salt Van Thonisburg and Miss Lou K1, len Koiits'in, of Salt and James Bailey and Miss Annie Turner were icenscd tj umrr- - SatIlr(la,. Li-k- -, TAKING -- CHANCES Taking a chance may cost you a hand. u 5S?rt' ribbiSr years their ol4 feJ to caVrv away "a"' blue prite since she was at thojatace. w fiv , Bryan Gudgellnd wife visited 'George Routte end famil.- at Ewing from Friday till Sunday. Miss Dnie Young of Eat Fork, .ipeat Sundav night with MiMtRuth Jfp'wkins. "f- brother-in-la- i ' PESBLE Wc had plenty of rain ;hcre last week which was' of great bene8t:io crops and pastures. Several from here attended the Ewing fair Saturday. Stephens and son visited relatives" ear Sharpsburg . ' Marvin" firay is at home from Born, August 1.9 to Ellis natton nd wife, a daughter. School hns been dismissed hart Carl Pcnix, of Ashland, visited because of a number of enses et - his father W. R. Pcnix he family oficarlct fever in the community. here Sunday. Manila Call has been nt hor.ic Algin Clark, of Huntington, W 'Von' Lexington spending her vae-tioVa., visited friends lerc Sunday. (Mrs. W. R. Jacksoi -- ?as in Mt. Sterling one day last w.jjek shoppln 1 MOORES FERRY ' Mrs. Chester Banks ilpd daughter Martin Spencc visited his brother-in-laMiss Nettie I(OU and S0n Warren near Sharpsburg several day arc guests of Mrs. Baak4' sister Mrs. . w NMtie CJark. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blcvius and Mrs. y last week. ' lastCweek. 'Prayer meeting here at Fairview every Thursday night and Sunday School every Sunday at 9 JO. J. W. Whitton and wife of East i Fork viated Hobert Davis and fam ily Sunday. John, Anderson of Balm visited his daughter Mrs. Rosa Davis Saturday and Sunday. John Dickens and family of Flat Creek visited his daughter Mrs. E. T. Colliver of Riverside Sunday. Kcwt Crump and Hughes Anderson of White Oak were here Sunday afternoon. Sant Perkins sold to Omar Rogers, four steers and two heifers at .fire cents. and three-fourtMrs, Elizabeth Garner visited her son William Garner of near Owingsville last week. Pat Toy sold two yearling steers to Jess Crump for $60. ifrsl Sinnett Garner visited relatives of near Owingsville from Saturday till Monday. , Herman Ilejck, of Terre Haute, Ind. are visiting their parents Mr. and .Mrs. W. R. Pcnick. Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Tliomas and ivT1'-j. .p.:..ii-.i- ' children, of Iluntiugton W. Va. aro guests of their parents, Mrs. Nettie Clark, of this plrfce, and Mrs. S. V. Johnson, of Preston. Stanley Pcnix and wife, of Winchester, wore here visiting his Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Penix. Miss Thelma Johnson, of Preston, is the guest of friends here. .'as. Leach died Thursday Augi;.-i- i It nt the home of his sisfer Mn Gi . Reffett. Burial at Stull gravc-yai- d Friday. . B. McGuirc and wife, of Carmen Okla., left for home Sunday arte i visit to Mrs. McGuire's parents M.. and Mrs. Jess Smith. Mrs. 0. L. Frazier and daughtei and Miss Lizzie Swartz attended the Sunday School convention at Salt Lick Friday. Miss Pauline Statcn mid little brother, of Ashland, are guests of relatives here. Oddle-towMrs. Elmer Mynhier, of Ohio, came Tuesday to visit her parents Wm. Moore and wife. ! pn-rcn- ts n, Oscar Adams was in Salt Lk-- l last Saturday on business. Miss Myrtle Lucas visited home- folks at l'olksvillc Sunday afternoon. Kggs nre selling at "jSc per dozen ' ' lierc.' Crops nre looking line now. Watermelons are getting scareo here, the crop was very small. Bro. Tomie Crouch will preach a Jlcedriek's school house next Sun day August 28. ; an eye. Taking a chance may handicap you for life. ruin your chances for success. reduce you to poverty and want, yeause suffering and misery to yourself. want anil sorrow to your fnmily. loss and damage to your employer cause you to forfeit your life. may caute you to kill, maim or seriously injure some other person. Think it over. The body of Eugene Shechnii, wlio was killed iu battle in France, is cx- iceted to arrive here in a few davs ' p lor interment m Owingsville eemnitery. Eugene was a brother of .Toe ,jlM. i Vheehan ami Mrs. Andy Coyle. J3K - Jjij., . The Scotch National Instrument. The bagpipe, Scotland's national ln striiuient. Is of great antiquity, hrtv lllg been usvd by the atieleut (leekl Scotland Is by" nil and Hebrews. means Its original home, for It Is thought to have hecn introduced Into that country after William the Conqueror entered England In HXltl. In the Fifteenth century It was among the favorite Instruments In fiermany and elsewhere In Kurope. evidence, shows. Though fallen generally Into disuse, with the growth of musical refinement, the bagpipe Is still popular among the country 'people of Poland, and Ireland, and of Itnly, I'mnr of conrse among the Highlanders yi- OILMOllE BROS. & CO., Odessa, Ky. HOT, DIZZY FEELING Atlanta Lidj'a and Anaoyj ig Conditiea Relieved, Shu Says, by Cardri. ihls city, rays: "After eatertng womanhood, I suffered so much wiUz womanly weakness. My back ached. ( would have, at certain times, a hot feeling that seemed to go to !eeaiL Kven my should?,1? wonU hnrt. and It ma'Jd rao very ulj' Unduncomfort-abl- e. "When the bleed would now to tny head I suppose that was what It was I would Taint and feel so weak, "I couldn't do my work. I had a. good posnlon, and this was surely annoying ns well as embarrassing, t would usually have to go home and go to bed. I certainly suffered, greatjy. "I heard of Cardul, and my motlwr bought it for me. It irai the first and' only medicine that ever did me aay .good for this trouble." . Atlanta. Ga. Miss Alice Frances 7oung. of 23 East Alexander Street, Money." . 'Blood ii t - "Itlooil money" was the name applied In the Middle age and well Into the nnny modem period to the money paid for bloodshed. It might he either the compensation paid hy niaiislayer to the nearest relative of tttc victim, to ! seenn. l loweif .....i iilc it., t ' geance, or the money paid as a rewar. v for bringing ahout the death of au .,, or ...roug.i ewi.e, ce. u, was ouife common among the Sean.ll- ii!ilan and Teutonic iieonlc. lnii called this money payment "wergild The price varied with the nature of the crime and rank of the victim, ferial" crimes, such as the slaying of a sleeping person, would not he compensated hy a money payment ; such crim- i.uus ere ueciareu outlaws aim couiii do stain witn impunity. The term is now applied to the reward or hrlhe; lKihl 'for giVlng up a criminal to Jus- - Watermelon Is Native of Africa. Although sclcntits disagiee on Its early hMory. m htorlans are of the op nam that the American water- melon heg.in life In Afrkii way hac!; l.efore .I'olimihus foimd hi. And they further go on to .ay that It N highly tliat the fruit came over as a stowaway, perhaps only some fugl- tlve i eds. the only powslon of some savage l.lacli man cnpturiil hysUvers .urn ciiiiM.cii nowii in uie iniiii oi a for the voyage to the New- World. The watermelon was a wild 'imtalorcd thing In Its native html. l'wo hundred thousand acres'of land are devoted to growing the fruit Iu ih's country, mostly In Teas. Ceirgla :nil Missouri. Next after the Unltnl States, Ku.-si-a ha heen most aihllcted ro devouring watennelons. l T1,e Bluo Grass Fn!r promises to be bigger and better than ever before . i . ; : ,his vear Thc;r prenl;ums anil lmrses agRregato about $o0,0H0.00, and cover every kind of live. stocf, 1U)Ultrv.ana fox l10Unds arc also . luded. A baby show is schcuulr.d ept. for the last doy, Saturday A raiIroadj, havc ,edu(.cd rat Ior mis. event. NOTICE proH.-du'- I r; tl.. FORGE HILL Mrs. Mary J. Bramble has returned home greatly improved after having taken four weeis treatment at a hospital in Mtv Sterling. Mrs. Hannah Coyle of Prickly Ash spent the past week with her son, U. W. Coyle mill fnmily here. The watermelon crop in this section seems to he very fine. Kph Thompson is slowly improving of his illness. wenr uncy is visiting his sister, Mrs. Hoyt Warren at Frankfort. The meetings at the Christian Church conducted hy W.S. Snnford have increased in interest from the beginning, and the audiences fill the hciise at each meeting. 5X ODESSA STEPSTONE Most of the typhoid fever patients Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Bradley left have reached the ravenously hunM. Steele visited Roe Wells and J. "unily at Owingsville last week also Friday morning for their home at Og gry stage. ilevins and family on Slate den Ark., after a several week's visi KOH SALK. One tine milk cow it with their parents Mr. and Mrs. five ycaa old; one fine brood sow Blev- - Sam Darnell Mrs. W. E. Carmicliael, Dan and seven shoatg; two meat hogs. Walter Riddle, wife nnd little ins and wife and Sam Blevius and Call on Mrs. Minnie liobbins, Olym'family visted Burl Stull and family daughter, Virginia Dare spent last pian Springs, Ky. tr week with Lee Jones and family at Bourbon last week. Mrs. Walter Quisenherry who hurt Walton, Ky. The Hand That Saved Moses. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson, of scarlet fever is some 'better. The right mummy band of 's Mrs. Maggie Bony of Winchester Indianapolis Jnd., Mr. and Mrs. Van daughter that took Moses is noting her nephew, Carl Gurrctt Jones of Mason county, and Mrs. from the hullrushes iu the Nile was Lou Anderson of Lebanon Ind. came left to Bradley Polytechnieal Insti and wife this week. Hoyt Thompson and wife have Wednesday to visit their sister, Mrs, tute by Mrs. Annie FeatherbridL'e of gone to house keeping at Preston John "Markland and brother K- m- j Peoria, 111. .Tones and famllyv this week. ' . P. H. Phipjis aBd wife sptwt Sau- -' atMr. and Mrs. .T. T T liolert Blackburn, of Lexington, day with Jaek ,Bal'rd and wife at tended the fun'' has been appointed head of Centra' d . M. of . K I'ha-roahell Fc-lan- Oimpuv greup of prohibition enforcement of Jim Shrout and wife,attended .Uh. of Jiier.s w;th headuatrera at Luis- Sunday School .convention at' Salt Mont Clair, IniL Mr. and Mrs. Carl ville. ' at Sharpsburg Tuesday. Mr. and Irs. E. S. Goodwin by local applications, as thejr cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. Catarrhal Deafness requires constituHuguenot Exodus. tional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH Hurlng the ntlgn of Louse XIV the MEDICINE Is a constitutional remedy. Leisure Time. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an inKdlct f Xantes, which had conferred flamed condition ot the mucous lining of upon the Huguenots llherty of conIt would seem that one of the most the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is essential of the lessons of life Is this science and udmhsion to all oltlces of Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or ct hearing, anil when It Is entirewhat to do with leisure time so that honor ami emolument, .was revoked, ly clnsrd. Deafness Ij tho result. Unless so that largely through the Influence of Mait bhall always he the Inflammation can be reduced, your hearing may der'rorrd forever. It shall always renew a right sp rit dame de Maintcuoii. This was folHALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts within you. As a matter of fact, If our lowed hy a terrllile persecution, over through the blnnd on' the mucous surfaces of the srstem. thus reducing the InKHi.lXMI Huguenots helng driven out. work was the work must suited to us. flammation and rMtorinT normal cocdl-tloto carry their Industry, wealth and If we exprcs-ieiourselves very directly r"irt lcrs free. Alt D 'Cirl'ts. In our work and If we did not have) skill to other countries. They went C- T ! '.. Ohio. F I. Cheriv too much of It, if we did lint violate to I.'ii rlaud, (leriuany, Switzerland nnd ' It by the dignity and the beauty of other parts of Kit rope. One hand emiBorneo Wedding Ciremony. doing too iniicli in order to secure grated from Fra'ni'c to America, set-- ; Food in M.nute Kcrm. On the wedding day. In Borneo, the larger rewards and n quicker recognitllng at Port Itoyal. S. O, In 1070. An oyster live Indies long conhrlde and hrhlegroom are hrought from sumes Others followed to Xew York. Mastion. If It was not so much competiof u cubic Inch of, tive work and was more Kachnselts and other North American "I'l'olte ends of the village to the spot food dally, and to obtain It must Is to he pertofirM !. where the ceremony and Intensely friendly and exhilaratfiller e'gb or nine gallons of 'olonles. eu. lliey are maile to sit on tyi Jur ing, then recreation would only lie a water. Ami. according to Doctor of Iron, that hles.lngs us lasting ami different kind of work. Ami that is the Jujkhicsv sardine must The Sea Firefly. may attend the what It Is at Its best ; and yet there Is travel nine miles through the sen to It does seem sometimes that for health A as vigorousbetel-leacigar and pair. a place for quiescence, for passivity, every land animal there Is one correobtain Its maritime equivalent of our areca-nuare next put Into daily bread. So the question asks and a mot Important place. Edward sponding to It In the water. Or Is It with the SHERIFF'S SALE ......... . . the hands of the bride and bridegroom. i... ...i Yeomahs. ii.. .in 1.1110-- in-- Is there not some unsusp. mi- - .pin-- . ii waves two Hy virtue of execution No. tlreily, which lights up Hie summer One , of the priests then source of obtaining nourishment avail: couple, and fow s over . i able In the sen? The modem theory Boilers on Sinking Ships. , to me directel, which issued from evenings,,. with Its tinv , wlll-In a long address to the Supreme , el , there s a so a sea firellv. i is that the Demerson, a plenteous It Is a common thing to hear of a the office of the Judge of thc Bath ,r"g ca s down blessings niMin the ii i .oii.- Heating organic matter, invisible, ship's hollers bursting as It sinks ti.n i. ...i i.i ... 1J ' Court, in favor of J. P. near Its tall two winglike pieces which j pair, and Implores Mint peace and haplargely moribund, and hnneath the water. Now ns'tho water, Qunrterly piness may attend the union. by Its coolness, condenses the steam, Wood and ngaim--t Bruce Lee and help It to make its way along through i from plnnk-tonl- c forms raining the water. At the front end of thet creating- a partial vacuum, hollers down Into the deeps, constitutes the The Game of Quoits. Willie Kissick, I will, on Saturday, shell, which Is pointed, there is a I might collapse, hut certainly they food supply required to supplement the The game of quoits was probably could never explode. But, as a mat- the Kith day of September, 1921, in queer little round bubhlellke arrangeplayed In the streets of Jamestown. St. diatoms. It settles finally on the floor ter of fact, several salvage officers front of' North's Oarage, in the town ment, which, nt night, gives out a light Marys Clty.4 Tort Tobacco, Dumfres of the sett us a thin stratum which so strong that Its light Is not dimmed j and I'iseutnway. ancient towns hi tidehas lieen found In the. Arctic waters, have declared that In their whole career a hurst or collapsed boiler ha) of Salt Lick, Kentucky, at about tho In the least even when there Is n water Virginia and Maryland, hy the nnd also in thc Indian ocean off the , Malabar coast. ' never come to their notice In a vessel hours of two o'clock V, JL, offer bright lamp shining near it. early citizens of those places. It wa raised from the water. The Idea prob-nhl- y for sale, to the highest and best ! or no doubt played In the stuhle yard "Earth-Llght.- '' arose through the water, which oucKoos ana cowtnras. jbe barnyard of soutlern nnd eastern Overland Automobile, In studying the amount of light In first reached the fires and the hot boil- bidder, one There are a few birds that lay their t liimies more limn n ccnttirv lieforc ers, helng lustnntly turned to steam levied on as the property of Brueo eggs In the nest of other birds, the) began to think of a Dec- - the sky on a starlit night, one scienhy the tremendous heat, and rising In, Jj0(.; and will proceed to sell said latter being of entirely different spe-- : In rat Ion of Imleieiidence. White men tist has reached the Interesting conclusion that the luminosity ef the sky this form above the ship, giving thp eies or even families, says the Ainer-5n buckskin elotlio and coonskln cavs Imprest... that the bailers had burst l,p"lrr.v, on a credit of three lean Forestry Magazine. The m:llngs : and Indians. lm hi naked, looked ou Is mused imrtly by direct starlight months, to satisfy said execution,! of such and irartly by some other source of nre reared hy their ;us the players d tin; horseshoes light. Thl hitter he proposes to call World's Longest Penstock. ntu tK. ,.,IS(S 0f snc m,d sheriffs foster parents. The cuckoos of the. and did or Kd not "ring" the "holi." "etirllillght." nnd he snggi-st- s . . rully. Switzerland has a hyilroelec- old world have this habit, while In i that It '"nm.ss,on. then amounting to the America It Is the cowblrd which Is may be due to a permanent aurora trie plant that receives Its supply of A Gent'eman. Purchaser will be the guilty one. In either case only a j A gentleman Is i. rarer thing thar :itlemin; the earth. The light Is varwnter from an Alpine lake seven thou- - sum of $d3.-ll- . ami uie wa- - requireil to give bond for the amount single egg Is deposited and the young sonie of lis th.nk for Which of us can iable. sand feet above only on different night . but nt different hours of the same night, cuckoo, ns It grows, manages to push j point leu iiuin.t ter drops live thousand feet before It . in bl circl"nien tinally reaches rtie whtels In the pow-- ' of tlle purchase price tne rigntfiii occupants on ti;e nest, lie-- 1 tfj111M. ,im ,n. r.m.. whose truth lie has found it to he from seven to erhoue. A long steel pipe, or pen-- security, payable to the undersigned Ing fed by its. parents until it is ready ; , , e'evntist; lu can look fifteen times the amount of mean starstock carries the water from the "P- sheriff, same to have the force nnd to shift for Itself. j th(. wnr, ,o,ie.sll In the fare, with light, but -'t is heUev"d that this ratio s per level to the In the, I. Mini il esi not prevail ' :ui equal mimlv sinifiithy for the Is cxcepti-iti,'",,,'t of a J"'Kment upon which power plunt. where twelve thousand, . ;rr,.;,. Probably Enough. ,.,) ,,e We all know a everywhere. Sowe observations IndiIs generated. When the eeution may issue if not paid at Hallrond King "What do you think bninl-.- il nre well made. cate thut the light had Its origin close who e . to llu siinnie of thtt earth. II has reaches the end of Its long J.mr.j t,,rUv T)l'js I need, doctor to set me up again?"! .,,. xcelletit mani vt,e vi. f ' ney. it Is tniv.ilng at b4nB nitfgtsfnl 'that 'it hsu have a 7oed .,f.,31f' Doctor "Well, J I think a little Iron i. ,(W iiml,y' -., feet a second. This Is ih. u.ngvxt per nvi. .ijjfl help you." Itallroatl King ... , 'ikkI! lO'ttwt of the llglit emit- f mMP(.i antK l1 ' v'l stock in use In the . W. A. BOYfl,, Sheriff JB. C. IKdihled up a whole railroad system! each urn -- if IUt. Williau Make - ; te1 "Jfthe coma of a' comet, " v science .iiuimiiy. i. Q. C. "tmeopain.c( wecoruer. i peace Thackeray. -, , ?. Attorney. ".Miii K3ttiil" l The Mark of Greatness. It was a most successful little dln-- i tier pnrty and lhiuhem felt very grate--1 ful that It was In his honor. All these celehrati'd people had heen gathered together to meet lilin. It was most kind of his hostess, for really he was only n humhle a very humhle, he hoped artist. A distracting thing was the fact that the hostess1 little son stared at him constantly and persist- intly throughout the whole mcalj After dinner he managed to get the hoy to one side, and hiasked kindly: "You gnzeil at me all through dinner, and I feel fluttered. Would you like me fo draw something for you In your autograph hook?" "Sit, sir," answered the youngster. "Hut mother snhl that you had a receding chin. Won't you do it for me Jut onc? And then I'll show you how I can wriggle my ears!" Pltt.shtirgh C'hronlele-Tele-irap- !' i i That any person entitled under of the Vocational Kcnu bilitation act to Vocational training must make application within eighteen months from date of this act which is June 1G, 1921. Said appli- Do You Do It? If So, Why: Jl i i a VI uriv.t fk l?vir .n " " canons win noi, iou coiisiuereu later " trvet car. then turn around and enre- thau Dee.' 1C, 1922. ., , hls (tM.kPt ,lve .,.. ... a .eii ,.i... .,.,. .r.i i.i M. H. ELLISON, backDIzzines3, headache, s'dftach .,1!lt t iln,mM liny,hIl,s IMuL.lllcut 0fliccr lVith Federal ache, tired-ou- t icelrng and - other 'disllll.rt., TllIlt ,s ,,u, f are often , Board of Vocational Education Lex- - agreeable symptoms Thousands-.!-women- signs ot ,,m,fi womanly- troubles. stnvt car riders never leave a seat iaptim Ical Office District No. 7. who former',7 suffered from these v.Phout carefully examining the spot and similar ailments have fdund Ctr-da yery valnable remedy. where they had h.im sitting. Some do nv thc I)est ice"-te-a Orange l'e-I- f Cardul Is composed only of pure, hecaiise the hahlt has grown on , vegetable Ingredients which have long oc 'ea them. Then there Is another class of valuo : .meters who always do It. They are J.R.STEELE been reeogBlid as of medicinal end In tho treatment 6f many diseases .;. ,.:, lm ,,,. ltMu..;n,T s!llI xlM.rl..,. .' disorders preultaf to womrn. .;.. ..,.,.....'. nun nnv ti Kn dcb vcad Take Card5L ''YoTir-drfcfg'NC-1O Us! I tfrltlnoiu) Jo, n (tniht ,0hd JifdveriWiiv' I1)1 ( ! I t ,M 'Hill' 'sells it ' :.I;.lSi, ,.,..i.... r.J ... .... ..... -- ' A V i " ., . 1 ,., .,!u.li ul tl . .iii Vortc Sun ' 'ii .f. hfl Mi.t..Ti - J': 4 ii.rt r...i ti.w iv-..-. ..- One of tin- - iiirccie l plants Iu the world is the M'elswltschlu. whlih grows In southwest Afrhii. It Is .stated. The hody of the plant an enormous radish, anil 's sometimes - to 15 feet In circum.'erence. Trom this grow two long leaves, which trail on split Into the ground and aruumcr.'iu rihhoiiK. These are the onl limes produieil. and they last through the Ilfet'ine of the plant, which Is said to nacli more then 10O years. The lolcmal aathorltl's maintain a small purk for the of this rare and eonr' a" e plant. Ipro'-rvatlo-- n. n ! o? i.!!-- . . Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cuied Imp-rfc- "Z4 n. ' - h ! e, f, t. o he-wlsn ....,.. lf: ttt de-rl- - j .mi-ricnu- s . . 1 I s : iea-leve- l. nt with-approv- -b ! "water-wheel- ma-wat- er - wifrid.-H-i'opulic- i : , : i.Ji'siiiS