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Owingsville outlook: September 1, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921090101_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: September 1, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLIII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1921. NUMBER 7. SHIXOI.RS FOR SALE. T. It RATL1FK, fi range City. Let Joo D. Shechan do your and painting. paper-hangin- PERSONAL l.ney i.-- visiting relatives' and friends at Ashland. Ivrry Flora and .las. T. Peters, ol Ml. 'tcrliHc, were here Tuesday. ii Mrs. WalU- is visit 5n-I- f brother !' .lack u at Covins: Y. C g The season when doves may be killed omhs Sept. 1 and to Dee. 1(5. lo-g- Uor-ema- eon-4hh- ti i . .Miss Anna 11. Arnold will go t Ml. Sterling Monday to lake up her school work. Buy William Tell flour or Mnid, .1 handle them both. It. C. HYKON. TJie State convention of the will Anicr- - handler accompanied hi sot. Osrr.i h:ii !o Walton. Ky., fot ' IJili-- t 3 V ien loiou le held at i nnn . a Mrs. day-.- " Msil. littie Curler, of near North i Middleto-.-- n, is visiting her daughlei Columbia graphophoncs from $30 1t-i- i Jones, near Olympia. to $S5. Now on display at E. I. i .1. V. Smlduth. of Carlisle, isilcd and A. T. Byron's. K the family of his brother-in-lav- r :cpiemoer Wyatt JL Inslco has been appoint- (). .1. WeUleft Friday for tvl postmaster temoprarily at CarKy.. where he will go into lisle to fill the vaeaney caused bv business, perhaps fanning. the ro.signaton of A. B. Tilton. Mr. aiuPMrs. .1. 11. oodpastcr re.500 Pairs Army Shoes. turned Thursday night from a I have just received 500 pairs of tiimth's stay at Atlantic City. army shoes whirh I will sell at the Mr. Bruce Wood and wife, of Carright kind of prices. with Mrs. lisle, spent the week-en- d CLAY ROYSK. Taylor Doggett of Sharpshupg. Thieves liroke into the department Frank Kabbler and wife, of fier P. ci .rnI L vir i r m.ii.... m .in. ijm mnntown, visited K. W. Morgan am' i. viuiiutii and rot away with goods wife from Sunday till Wednesday. a nt $1,500 to $2,000. V. Moi-jric- i Sun-lay- . j.r ' f1:tmil Kjh- I. il Wife Mllll T? W incut of 4 ;.- - ' I have just received a fresh slup Kiuca't1 and wit left Monday to Mammoth Pratt V iHiultry and' stocfc join nn excursion-jiartCare. -. v.' i t. H. C. BYltOX. rS ,.::r.i relatives nt Carlisle lnt week' and ' Wanted I want to hear attendeil the (Jennantown Fair in srty having farm for sale. Mason e and description. B. B. Ilr. .1. V. l.ster and D. W. Dog Champaign, Illinois. wtt are atti iciiug the American Lj y t- ' V- - atLcxinpton as r prices on coal, Inmber, scion Mi.vntion egates retreentp Bath Post. 'praent before buying. Right1 '.prompt delivery. Charles Andersjin, Snjiervisor ' cn rutv and SaiiyV-on- , for the L , yrER voui-coA"V (CREAM SUPPER. del- 5 S .N - s nu . j 11 V be an ice cream supper school-hous- e next Sat-- , ip, Sept. 3. J CAPTURE BIG STILL Chier of Police .1. C. Tipton, Deputy ShelilT Vivian Faulkner and Policeman Neal (Inilfoile made a raid Tuesday afternoon on Slate erect: just over the county line in Ball) cifunty, captured a large still of 1 0(1 gallons capacity, and said to lie the largest ever gotten by the officers In j this section. The still was in opera tion when the officers arrived, am' Charles Carmichael, a white man. was arrested, but two colored men. named Kwing and I)avi, escaped. However. Policeman finilfoile ar rested lheo men Wednesday. The officers also captured a smaller still of lfi to UK gallon.; capacity. George Cunningham, colored, who rang a farm bell upon the approach of the officers, was al-- o arrested as federate or lookout. The officers confiscated the ToT lowimt: l.'l arrcls of mash. .r0 buis to the barrel: 111 gallons first shot; half bushel malt corn. n copper copper ti!l, copper till, 1 8 foot coil of coil of 4 inch eop- worm, 1 llukc st:nd. U pistols. The outfit was sufficient, it is said. 't make from 10 to 1" pillous per "ay and was su heavy thai the ofll ers had to teelphone in to C- n- ludire SenIT for assistance, who went to the scene in a Ford truck, in which the outfit was brought to the jail, where it has been viewed by hundreds of people. The rial hu been set for Saturday nt 10 o'clock. Sentinel Democrat. Charlie Cnnniclmcl, the white iran i:i the case, is here and has liwd near this town nearly al! bis life. The surprising thing Is that he should undertake to operate an ilh it still in a thickly settled com i innity of law abiding people, and In Ight of In t!i the railroad and a . J, nil li a i i!l'i1 turnpike. Cariuiuhael be transferred to thw count v rial perhaps when Uncle Sam rough with him. He has a wife 1 100-!alc- n 200-gaIlo3-, wrrl-know- u PROFESSOR Ernest M. Coleman Cornet Soloist, Violinist and Composer ASSISTED BY SQUARE DANCE There will he jui dniicu nt thc eourt-lious- e Ky., on old-fasliioned WfflCff2TR MRS. C. W. YOUNG sqiuiiT in Owiiiftsvillf. PIANIST WILL APPEAR IN RECITAL AT THE Lyric Theatre Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1921 8 O'CLOCK P. M. Friday Night, September old-tim- 2nd Tools That Will Help You Proceeds for the benefit of the Owinjrsville band which was organized about, five months ago. Prof. Coleman is the instructor and director of this band, and is tfivinjr the entire proceeds of the recital for the benefit of band. Prof. Coleman will render cornet and violin solos, solo on Tuba (bass). Baritone, Trombone. and other instruments. Prof. Coleman studied at the Dana Institute with Alexander Lehman, noted violinist, of Chicago, and at New York Institute of Musical Art (Damrosch Conservatory); has held positions with some of the leading bands and orchestras of the country and has appeared many times on Lvceum, Chautauqua and Vaudeville stage. Among the positions held bv him may be mentioned. Soloist with the New York Met ropolitan Concert Band; Soloist Mel-ophon- The music will be furnished by Stone and (lande Stone fiddle and banjo, the ing music. Come, boys, and bring your girls and dance your shoes away. Everybody cordially invited. Premiums of $7.50 for the best nnd 2.50 for second best lady dancer will be given. Get the Job Done Quickly the same satisfaction in using Winchester Tools as the hunter does in using his "Winchester Rifle. They do a quick, neat job that brings credit to your workmanship. Let us introduce you to these new Winchester Tools, made by the manufacturers of the famous Winchester Eifles and Shotguns. 7"OU will find COMMITTEE Oscar Barber, Jennings 'Barber, Roll Man lev. LIFE. A MAX comes into out his consent and bis will. During his his time is spent in . Arthur Barber, Suit To Confiscate Land Commonwealth's Attorney W. C Hamilton Hied suit in Cireut Curt the turn here Monday t' ei uliM-atof KM acres of hind, the propertj f the of , las. and Henry Kwing deeeased, ol" color on which the two stills were found lasi week by Montgomery county odlccra and ("has. Cnniiicliael, white ami two negroes, Will Davis and Jas '.Swing, Jr., were arrested charged with operating the stills. The hunt j lies ill Bath county just over the Montgomery county line in Peeleil j Oak neighborhood, on Slate creek j and n short distance west of Union Church. This is a moderately t;imr farm and would perhaps sell for ' .100 an acre. e lie-in- E. L. & A. T. BYRON the fVIHCffESTSR store ington; Soloist Mutual Lvceum Bureau; Soloist Memphis Munici pal Band: Director and Soloist National Chautauo.ua Bandrmem- ber the Kilties Scotch Canadian Band; Royal Scotch Highlanders; Al G. Fields Minstrels, and oth ers too numerous to mention. Sufficient to say Prof. Coleman is a brilliant performer. THE PRICE IS 35c AND-50c- . Olympian The dance at the Springs Thursday night wasn't as and well attended as was expfU-its promoters were Ior.crs with the Ben Ali Theatre, Lex- lilv. HUSTON LANE ; - a million pounds of to eensubscribed to ' th tparliejingjrfajyuayjejiy farmer np to la? w jiivor- you - S THOMAS ELLINGTON Thomas Ellington was horn feonverted mid united with bdis rhurch during his 5e was united in marriage to nnces Martin April 0, 1885 this union was born two sous- lorton Ellington surviving his .t. After the death of his first ,e he married Miss Mary Aral- Jroutf Dee. 15, 1807. Four children f .. . . n to tins union, two girls and two boys, all of whom survive their father: Mrs. Cora Jones, Taylor, Lindscy, and Edith Ellington. Fi-a number of years he has lived in this ueghborhooil and was well Iked by all, highly esteemed as neighbor and loynl friend. After a short 'illness he departed this life Auerusf 1(5. 1021. . , f llis ;I im life were sixty six years, two montlis and two days. Th:-sleft to mourn his wfe, three sons, two daughters, en grand children two brother' twt sisters. Mr. Ellington was fectionate husband, a devote wer-Dor- Tlnon Lane, aged 25 years, died FricViv and other cjjJ ELLIS irfCR. a Primrose Qrt. lis-- jator. Creanr going up, v parato. have gone down. There a profit f or you. E. L. and A. T. 2B,ronTs. plaii.u fr-.m- . Donates Large Sum B. Spratt, of ML Sterling, $10,000 to Bryan College nt Fayettesville, Tenn., for the purpose i of building a dormitory. Mr. Spratt ,i a Bath county man and was , County Surveyor for years. i -- ; J. dcr and childre;, . Lexington, : their summer home at I.uudicgton, Michigan. Mrs. Hugh Cos' Mrs. Sylvester Rodman and little daughter and MUs Itoburta Wood, of Bardstowu, ate quests if Mrs. Cox's brother liwing Contifr and'Mrs. Jacob Kln-cai- ' ... r d, FOR SALE: 50 barrels corn in Miss Imogene Crooks returned , Owingsville. .f4 per barrel if taken visit, to s' Monday from' a a', once. "Jt. u- ir tt r t- uc' ..! -"l , SHROUT, PIPHR & SIIROUT. vanceourg. one was accompanied ome by her father R. B. Crooks and Vlrs. V. Caldwell Clay entertain E. D. Thompson. .at 500' Tuesday afternoon at hel heme on Maysville street in honoi R. O. Kern, of Mt. Sterling, Mr. of Miss Lucille Catlett, of Owtn; James Kern, of Cincinnati, Mr. nnd .vllle, who is the guest of Mrs. Pierci Mrs. P. W. Putt and two little chil Mt, Sterling Advocate. AVinn. dren, Lela and Bettie, of Des Moines Iowa, spent Sunday with Miss Ella FOR SALE and John Hughes. A stock of clean, good, dry goods Miss Elxabeth Brother has return and gTOceriesVfor sale, and storeed ft mi vihit to her fritud Mis house and dwelling for rent for a Ali-Srinson ::t Orand Falls, Xorllinumber of years. One of the best Dakt la. While on her trip Miss, Eliz stands in the county. For further abeth visited Winnipeg, Canada, information apply to the Outlook which she thinks must be the most OfCee. beautiful city in the World. two-week- "" ,, The-dav- Io.-s- none. greatly respected by a wide .' tanee of friends far and n vices conducted at the All' er aim , a .ime ... inenus, , , f tv by Evangelist J. L f -- e of Thonitown, Indiana. CITY TAX.E3 The tax list for tnc City of Owing. ville for the year of 1920 is in my hands for collection and in default f payment on or before fJetoher 1st the penalty as prescribed by ordinance will be attached. IXO. R. AMAIERMAN, Collector. disens i of Cn,l . He was a son of Tirrlor Ingram, deceased, and not a son of over Riley Ingram as stated in la t week's J.auc, deceased. He was an seas boldicr in the World war aiirt Outlook, who died at Madionville. good record as a soldier, lie Ohio, and was buried at thvlngrani had a was seriously gassed while on "the graveyard, cn Little Salt Lick Wednesday of last week. Deceased was liring line, from the effects of which 16 years old and is survived by his be never fully recovered nnd had wife and live children besides two not 'been able to do much work since his return. His comrades speak or children bv a former marriage. him as an excellent young man and I have a mare po- ii true friend. He was buried, Satr pony buggy and urday services bcinjr conducted ny and phaeton harness for sale. the auspices of Bath Post AmerCLARK B. LA.NE. ican Legion assisted by a number of from the Montgomery Luther Rawlings, n young man of I'o-- t. the Orange City neighborhood, who Iras been in t)ie asylum for the ,ln Mtr Sterling officers arrested two sane- :if Lexington for the past IS and i.um on- tho Owingsville home Monday. sterling pike Friday night The men and s ,nve their names as Sam Terry ami John .Maze, of Fanners The men idertook to escape in their auto rlien ordered to surrender, but the Hirers overtook and captured them, fliey had a small quantity of moon-hin- e whiskey ii their possession -hen apt tired, but it was discover-- . d tlat they had succeeded in of about 20 gallons by throw-- it over the fence nt different s along the road. Terry and . held over to circuit court " was Ml'I"!!", Aon l't of bishome at Shtirpshurg BrTgliVs li'y-ations- five-year-o- ld un-!e- the world withleaves against stop on earth one continuous round of contraries and misunderstandings. In bis infancy he is ;m angel; in his boyhood, he is a devil: in his manhood he is everything from a lizard up; in is duties he is a d fool. If he raises a family he is a chump; if he raises a cheek, he is a crook and then the law rniscs b with him. If he is n poor man he is OXY-ACETELa bad manager and has no sense. If lie is rich, he is dishonest, but eon sidered smart If he is in polities, be is a grafter. If he is out of polities, you can't place him and he Is undesirable citizen. If he goes to church he is a 'hypocrite, and if4he stays away from church he is a sinner. If he doimtAs to foreign missions, he does itjfor show If lj UVo doesn't he is a "tight wad." When he first comes iijto the world, all want to kiss him- - before he goes out they want to kick him. If he dies young, there wuV a great future before him; if he lives to a ripe old age, he is only in the way and living to save funrenl expenses. In order to be entirely healthy he must not eat, drink or smoke anything, and see that the air is perfectly sterilized before breathing. Life is a funny proposition after all. Ex. - Welding Repairing We arc now prepared to handle all classes of YNE "v. WELDING ... . and cutting, as well as aeiieral macliineand ' ' n repair work. EKOMrf -- SEKYICJ3 solicit jour iuqui'UftSjvJi.Rn ill;tVr qmfr ket for gas or kerosene engine power. II ag an Gas Engine and Mf'g. Co. V INCORPORATED t Win eh ester, Ky. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of execution No. to me directed, which issued from the office of the Judgo of the Bath tjtiartorly Court, in favor of Js P. Wood and ngainbt.Bruce Lee and Willie Kissiek. I will, on Saturday, the 10th day of September, 1921, in front of Xorth's Garage, in the town of Salt Lick, Kentucky, at about the hours of two o'clock P. XL, offer for sale, to the highest and best bidder, one Overland Automobile, levied on as the property of Bruce Lee; and will proceed to sell said property, on n credit of three months, to satisfy said execution, and the costs of sale and sheriffs commission, men amounting to the Purchaser will be sum of $43.11. required to give bond for the amount of the purchase price with approved security, payable to the undersigned sheriff, same to hnve the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at ma turity. This day of Au gust, 1021. AV. A. BOYD, Sheriff B. C. O. C. KWING. Attorney. C OA L ' : - COAL 0 iiKMith-5cao,'- Get our cash prices on coal before buying. T. F. ALLEN & SON BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER 850,0000 5-1- 0 Villi) bond. l.v Rev.--w. Lacy Byron has gone to Louisville (tiff, itob't. T. S. TinslcyT.: ;: where he has a position with the Bailey in holding a protracted meet- Officers of Ilanging Rock, Ohio, Robison Bros. Hardware Co. He is at Sherimrnc. ino younger inr Richard Ferguson at the in- .ar-ft- eJ will work in the house a few days s'ey was born in this place while his coun-.- t' '5 Stance of Walter Boyd, of this familiarizing himself with the detail fatci? vas pastor of the Owingsv.llo Sheriff Sam Estill and Denutv of the business before going on the ytflHGSVILLE HIGH AMD GRAD- Christian Church. at once dispalclfed with the nee n vas ED SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 6. road as traveling salesman. fary papers to bring Ferguson here Full corps of teachers ready for The Blue Grass Fair promises to mak-4it- g to stand rtial on a charge of iimnr liarlicr, alter spending a vTrk, Owingsville and Bath eountyv be bigger and better than ever before s' vacation with relative and selling moonshine whiskey. whc-o- l graduates admitted free. ftthis year. .Their premiums and The aceusod man is n son of John here and at Wyoming, left to resume Members of faculty of High School purses agFgregato about $au,uuu.uu, "crguson and a hrothecef- - Cecil Ids duties in the customs house at are Superintendent C. V. Martin, and cover every kind of live stock, ergospn, who was sent to the State Louisville Monday. He was accom- History; Miss Al- - poultry and fox hounds nro also .. prison-aL-thtrtena of Circuit (auied by his brother Jesse Barber, Mathematics and . . ta Chandler, graduate State Univer eluded. A uany suow is scueuuiru whit will spend several days in the Court on charge of robbery. sity, Euglish and Science; Miss Cla- for the last doy, Saturday Sept. city. ra Arnold, graduate Kentucky Col- 10. All railroads have reduced rates MRS. J. M. STULL a Buy the best Orange Pc lege for Women, Latin and French. for this event. Stull aced sixty-tw- o frs. J. (Members of faculty of Graded koe tea. years died at the home of her 'augli Tho Ashland Independent reports School are Mrs. C. F, Martin, Eighth J. R. STEELE Her Mrs. Jessie Littell, of Williams the marriage at Cincinnati of EdGrade; Miss Leona Palmer, Seventh town, Ky., Augnst 18. She is surNEW MACHINERY Grade; Miss Amanda Salyer, Fifth ward R. Flood and Miss Minnie 1). "Ed vived by her five daughters Mrs. Tho Independent adds I have received and have now in and Sixth Grades; Mrs. Floyd Ross, Maynard. Tityrher, of Lexington, Ky., Mrs. equipment Third and Fourth Grades; Miss Vir that the bride is an accomplished operation an Maggie Spencer, of Owingsville, ilrs. for shoe repairing, including machin galine Bvroii, First and Second and beautiful young lady and that R. V. Hambriek, of Cincinnati, Mrs. g the marriage was a surprise to the nnd all Graded. is. J, ery for sewing or MaHde Wilson, of Camden, sew is charged only for pupils friends of the couple. Edward Flood Tuition other kinds of work squiring and Mis. Jessie Littell, of Williams-tawout of the Graded District. is a son of W. IL Flood, a former of the ins or st'tchintr. AH work done residing Ghe was a member Bath county citizen, how of Ashland manner. ,'rdmptly and in first-clas- s Christian cbarch and beloved by aM and is well known here. Heinz pickling vinegar nnd Send your work in "y parcel post who knew her. spices of all kinds. nnd'recelve it by return mail. . OUTLOOK $!.50 PER YEAR, rrr nv xyi .rcl? R..C. BYKON. Alleged. Moonshiner Caught ten-dnylite J .V ... .sit in-.- ice-te- te hnlf-solin- n. . Backvard a Year. The Outlook printed an item Inst vcek under the heading "Birthday Party" wheh we arc told took placo about a year ago. The only explnn-itio- n we can cive for this unusual 'hill'; is that someone other than nem'.-erof the Outlook force had ecu bulking over our "dead copy" mil when they finished left th's item :i the "live" book. It was in fres'i Has Failli In Olympia Field. jencil script and looked as good as David B. Straley, of Indiana, has my copy we had and better than bought a number of tracts of land in the Olympia neighborhood, includionic of it. ing the Crouch heirs, Cas. XfcOloth-in'- s Meeting Closed heir, the XlcCarty tract of land The meetings which have been In and (fillers. He has bought a number progress at the Christian Church for of lease. At last neetunt hf still atorc than two weeks closed Tuesday wanted to buy more laud and leases.. oil man These meetings grew in inter- Mr. S.'raley is a succes-ifutho beginning and most of and it his intention to begin devel est from the time the audiences were large, oping his new purchases as soon as aehiiMTy for dilling arrives. Oil freo.uen'liy there was hardly stand-'n;- r I'p to Monday night there tills lieeti louinl n several of the 'iad been sixteen additions to tin tracts of land lately boimht by XIr. niurch, live of which were by bap- Straley and be ns great faith that tism. The meetings were conducted thvie i. pi'Mity ol oil to be found in :y Rev. W. S. Snnford of Louisville the Olympia held. an able and forceful speiker The North Carolina tolwco crop is (iO per cent, shoit of last year, of .Wamasje licerie was issued t ett'T (iivalitv and is selling for less Ledford Oarner' lind Xliss Angela won. y tlnlu it did last ; ear. ijwetu&in of White Oak Xlouday. Looking l rvi-m- PfS $50,000 Live Stock Exhibits, All Kinds Poultry, Fox Hound, Baby Shows BIG LABOR DAY CELEBRATION Jr. O. U. A. M. Day, Wed., Sept. 7 Hand's Flying Sensational Circus iVl Tuesday Wednesday Hazardous Parachute Leap AYS VILLE FIREWORKS EVERY NITE RUNNING RACES DAILY 25-C- ZEIDEMAN & POLIE ar Exhibition Shows BOYS BAND EVERY DAY AND Something New Every Day REDUCED R. R. RATES And the Price Remains The Same 50c NITE - to KAXXI WAITED: I waHt to There is a movement on organize a game and tisli Protective front party having farm for sate, (live price and description. Association here. It. B. IIOVARD, ft Iw OUTLOOK $1.50 PER-'YEA- CluuMpuitfii, Illinois. 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOO'k. OWINGSVILLE. KY. MINISTER DISCUSSES HIS WIFE'S TROUBLES Her. A. n. Sykes, former pastor of the Watklns I'nrk I'rcsbyterinn church, Nashville, Tenn, says: "After seeing what Tnnlac has accomplished In my wife's case, I am convinced that It Is a medicine of great power and extraordinary merit 1 do not think I have ever seen anything give such prompt results. Mrs. Sykes had been in delicate health for tea months, suffering from tomach trouble and nervous breakdown. "1 frequently sought medlcnl ad- CHAPTER VII Continued. vice but Tnnlac Is the only thing that 11 gave her nny relief. After taking the "That's what's got my goat," medicine only a short time, she was admitted prlmlf. "He said he'd able to sit up and help with the household duties. I think It only a short be hack In an hour, but he ain't time until her health will be fully re- showed up since, ner sent any word. I don't want to shove my nose Into stored." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists your affairs, but l'u gettln' n little nervous 'bout George, that's n fnct." everywhere. Advertisement. Somehow the fellow gnve me the Impression of being square honest Facilitated Melting of Snow. Automobile highways which cross according to his lights nnd Intensely the Sierra Nevada mountains of Cali- loyal to his friends. Of course. I fornia arc usually closed to traffic could not Inform him as to the whole as Into as June on account of the slow story, but It might bo of benefit to melting of the deep snow which covers give him some Inkling of the situathe higher levels. In order to ac- tion. celerate the melting of the snow and "There's no harm, so far ns 1 can thus to expedite the opening of the see, In telling you a part of the plan, highways, the experiment was made Mr. Costlgan." I replied slowly, enthis spring of scattering black soil deavoring to guard my words carefuland fishes on snow which rovered the ly. "I know Harris has every confihighways. As a result of the Increased dence In you, so I'll tnke n chance. pot absorption of solar heat the snow We're both on to a million-dolla- r melted rapk'ly, and the roads were easy money. It looks like" opened several weeks earlier than "The h 1! that's some boodle 1" exWfluW eiHerwIse hnve obtained. citedly leaning forward. "It don't come every day. I'll not explain details, or how the two of us run together on the trnll, nnd agreed to split the pot. That's our business, you'll admit," "Sure; what was It? A bank Job?" Name "Bayer" on Genuine "Better than that South American revolution fund: coin scut over here from London to pay for arms, nnd uinybe a murder or so. It Is all In one bundle, and what we need to do Is get our hnnds on It. We know where the stuff Is, but we're still scouting around for a chance to grab It; It's locked up yet." "I see. Ain't been handed over to the gink who's got to pay It out. out Beware I Unless you see the uame That's what George Is "Bayer" on package or on tablets yon now, I suppose?" "So doubt that is what he started ere not getting genuine Aspirin preafter this morning shadowing the scribed by physicians for ttrenty-oo- e years and proved safe by millions. fellows to whom It was to be paid. Tate Aspirin only as told In the Bayer What gets me Is, why he doesn't return the guy Is dead." package for Colds, Headache, Neural"Judas Priest! IIow do you know gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and tor Pain. Ilandy tin that? What's happened?" "Why, It's In all the papers; he was boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also murdered last night over in Jersey cell larger packages. Aspirin Is the City stnbbed through the back In an trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of automobile. You saw it, didn't you?"' "H 1 that guy J He was a Chilean Monoaceticaddester of Sallcyllcadd. captain, or something. Yer don't think Advertisement. that maybe George bumped him off, Foul Jerusalem Cisterns. do yer?" The reservoir built by Pontius "No; I know he didn't; Harris was Pilate 2,000 years ago, 13 miles south with me all last evening." of Jerusalem, has been enlarged to "And you haven't any notion who hold 5,000,000 gallons of water. Be- didr fore this engineering work, the Holy I shook my head negatively. Costlcity was dependent upon local rain- gan sat for some moments, his chin fall for Its water. Sane of the cis cupped In his huge fist, his pipe externs In which thetaln was collected" tinguished and his forehead creased had not been cloned for 300 Stars or lrv thought Then he looked up sudmore. denly, a strange light in his eyos. "Pay, Dalyt" he asked In a hoarse whisper, "do you know If there was n it t all Wonei Ru.'slan Jew mixed ip In this affair Cos-tiga- The Mystery of theSilverDagger to come back from Knglnnd. but with- By Randall INTERPRETING THE STYLES FOR EARLY FALL WEAR FIND DIAMONDS IN ARKANSAS Largest Stone Parrish Author of "The Strange Case of Cavendish" Oopjrlsht, by Randall Ftntab Ever Discovered, 'In Place,' Was Drawn From the Mud of Pike County. YOUNG GIRL FINDS RELIEF Wants to Tell Other Girl All About It Evaiurrille. Ind. "I am eiehteea years old and have been bothered for several monuoa wiui irregular periods. Every month my bade would ache and I always had a cold and felt drowsy and sleepy. I work in a millinery shop and I went to work every dav. but felt stupid and would have such cramps. I had seen Lydia E. Pinkham'a 9, V "Sure; he blew the thing to liar I'nmi the recesses of Hie ladles' room rls." at the left came the strains of jilano "In n way yes. He sent for him music, and the sound of a soprano out explaining Just what his graft wns. On the way oer Harris picked up another end of the same net, anil went nftor It himself. lie wasn't under any obligation to Walilrmi, nnd preferred to play his hnnd alone." "And the Russian has found that out, nnd now he butts In." "That's the way I'd read the cards, ASPIRIN 1 r Costlgan." He sat silent n long while, and 1 lit n cigar nnd watched liltn, his great hands closing and undoing, ns he slowly reviewed the situation. "Sny. this guy what wns humped off did, whoever did it, get anything?" "Ills pockets were rilled, the papers say ail hut n little change." "Are you sure tills follow Wlvn, didn't have that bunch of money along with him?" "No! I'm not sure, of course, but Harris had been hnduwing him for a month. Still, come to think, Alva wns with Krnntz the same night He might have touched htm." "With who?" "Krnntz Adolph Krnntz the hanker. Kulli, Krnntz nnd Company, over In Wall street," I explained. "Is he the same guy that 'K' stands invitation." for In the letter?" "It was you then ho sent for me?" "Of course. Did you Imagine some "No doubt He nnd Harris had an one else?" Interview nt 247 I.e Compte street." "I came rather blindly," I admitted, "I.c Compte, hey! I wonder who unwilling to mention Harris. "Vour lives there?" messenger refused to satisfy my cu"Well, I can tell you It's Ivan Walriosity even to the extent of telling the dron." His fist came crashing down 'nto sex of tlie one calling." She laughed, quite nt her ease now, the arm of his chnlr. "H 1 ! That's all clear enough then. and seemingly amused. "She was duly warned. He and George are up to some deal I confess together. Say, I believe this Russian I feared you might hesitate to respond guy Is the buck who got Alva." if you once knew what awaited you." "No fear of that." "Do you think so? Well I nm not so sure of that. But an) ..ay, what "But 1 didn't know," her voice more shall we do?" earnest, her eyes on my face ques"Walt until George conies back. tioning))'. "You have not thought very There ain't nny cause for us to butt well of me, have you? Let us go over In yet. This Is his game, ns I see It. there In the corner, where we can talk If It was you, Mr. Daly," he added without being overheard there are grimly, "you wouldn't thank nobody two vacant chairs." to shove In uninvited would yer We readied there and seated ourselves In silence. I felt tho neiessltj now?" I was unconvinced by his argument, of restraint, the desire to permit het yet knew of no way of answering It to lead the conversation In whatever lie must have rend my predicament direction she thought best She appeared younger In the bright light, in the expression of my face. "It'U come out all right. Daly," he her face even more nttrnctlve than In volunteered. "I know George, an' he my memory. "You are thoroughly puzzled, are ain't the kind to he outwitted by no Russian Jew. Let's have n drink no' you not?" she asked guyly. "Well. So wns I, last night. It Is only right I should pay you back In your own coin; that Is perfectly fair, I am sure. Now nsnow who you are, but I am still an enigma. You accepted me on Uind faith before; I wonder If you nre willing to do It again?" "Answered like a gentleman. But supposes I tell you nothing nnd yet ask of you a dangerous servls! Would you risk your life for me, not even asking who 1 H'n or why 1 nirfke voice singing. The song ceased to n clapping of hands. The faces I was able to distinguish were all strange and I moved forward In search. I had attained the opposite side of the room before I came to n halt, suddenly arrested by n lslon ns startling as unexpected. Leaning over the rail, gazing Intently down on the Jostling crowd to the lobby below, apparently unconscious of all else, was Mark Thern could lie no dnuht; I Oessler stood iiiotionlcs.i, looking nt her Intently, satisfying myself that 1 could not lie deceived. No. It was certainly the same girl I had talked with the evening before, dressed more elaborately, changed somewhat In appearance by a more careful toilet, yet assuredly the same. She mu- -t hnve felt the Intensity of my stare nnd thus sensed my presence, for she suddenly looked about with a little start, suw me Instantly and nrose to her feet. There was n second of hesitation, barely perceptible, before she ventured a. step forward, her lips smiling, her gioved hand held out "You were very nice to come," she exclaimed quietly. "Especially In response to so ungracious a message of are In The art of the tailor Is put to the test when he must adapt n mode to the age of his patron nnd modify It In accordance. In suits there ore those that express the buoyancy of youth, those that convey the spirit and poise of later and fuller life, and those that to the dignity, quiet nnd richness of age. None of these hnve been altogether left out of the displays, hut it Is natural that suits for younger women should predominate ami two of those are pictured here. The suit at the left of the Illustration Is built on youthful lines to start with and Is mude of a soft cloth "duvet de lalne.", In brown. The box coat, which flares somewhat, has a novel trimming nt the bottom of chenille fringe and a collar and cuffs of nt-te- A(CCEPTED terpreted styles In suits In many ways. Most of the world's diamonds come from a grecnlsh-gravolcanic rock called peridotite, found principally In South Africa, but the largest stone ever found "In place" In the Dnited States came from the black gumbo mud of Arkansas. Down In Pike county geologists discovered the largest "pipe" of peridotite In the world, larger In circumference than the famous Klmberley pipe and of unknown depth. Covering the mouth of the pipe was a layer of heavy gumbo clay, perpetually wet and sticky, defiant alike to the tools of agriculture and mining. Owing to the disintegration of the surface soil and the action of the wenther during many centuries this layer of gumbo was found to hold diamonds. But nobody ever mined diamonds from mud before. The history of diamond mining In India, nnd South Africa contained no reference to extracting gems from such mate rial, and the American mining engineers had a brand-neproblem on their hands. They tried putting the gumbo through a Ilardlnge mill, a contrivance resembling a rotary concrete mixer, with small granite blocks tumbling over each other nnd crushing whatever kind of rock or earth it poured In at the top. But the gumbo wouldn't respond. They tried reducing It with streams of water, bnt the gumbo formed sticky black balls that wouldn't disintegrate. Finally after much experiment they found n solution. They poured the lamp clay Into a revolving cast-Irocylinder, and by means of a strong draught forced flames through the tumbling mass. Thoroughly dried by the Intense heat, with the result that It slaked like quicklime and became brown caracul fur. It fastens up the a thin paste, with all Its stickiness front with odd, oblong buttons. It Is a and obstinacy gone. youthful afTalr as It Is, but a band of It was by this process that a fur substituted for the chenille fringe canary fragment was taken will ndapt It to very young women. from the Arkansas mine. The shortness of the skirt Indicates that It was meant for them. Wonder What He Sald7 The handsome suit at the right, A small porcupine threw the Qulncy mnde of black suede cloth. Is distinct- (CaL) troop of boy scouts Into a panic ly matronly. The coat Is elaborated while encamped at Three lakes, and by side panels, by variations In Its the flrst-aldepartment hnd plenty of length and by a rich embroidery of opportunity to exercise Its skill. black silk nnd silver tinsel. It hns a This was all due to Illusion of Rev. mmllsh collar of natural squirrel fur Charles H. Stephens, scoutmaster, nnd both the skirt and coat approve during a that the family be cat was hovering over his pillow. Freethe stsle of longer lines. It wonld hard to And nnythlog to excel this In ing his right hnnd. he gave the supn suit that is distinctive and rich posed too inquisitive pussy a vigorous enough for the usual social affairs that slop across the back, and with his next Interest women. It Is Just what they breath gavekthe emergency call. need for their clubs, concerts church More than forty quills were found entertainments, teas and other In- In the minister's hand and removed formal gatherings. with difficulty. San Francisco Chronicle. y n at d half-slee- Ibbbbbbb pound advertised and had heard several women talk of it, so mother got me some. This Vegetable Compound is wonderful and it helped me very much, so that during my periods I am not now sick or drowsy. I have told many girls about your medians and would be glad to help anyone who is troubled with similar ailments. You may use my testimonial as you like." Stella. Lcrx-wile- r, 6 Second St,Evansville, Indiana. Some ffirls lead lives of luxury, while others toil for their livelihood, but all are subject to the same physical laws and suffer in proportion to their violation. When such symptoms develop as irregularities, headaches, backaches, bearing-dow- n sensations and "thers blues,' girlsshould profit by Miss experience and give Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound a triaL Linx-wile- Vegetable Com Fowl's Fatal Tlt-BChickens ate fireworks In West Avon, Conn, nnd died spontaneously. Misguided patriotism or undlscrimlnat-In- g appetite caused the death of most n of young Marcellus Bennlson's chickens. Marcellus had a lot of with which to celeIt half-grow- brate the Fourth of July. are explosive little disks which go off with a stirring sparkle and crackle when ground beneath the heeL The other day Marcellus' chickens began to go oft with, stirring sparkling and cracklings. The cause of their unanimous and spectacular demise was revealed by a performed upon one of them. When the fowl's crop was silt smoke poured out and when this bad cleared away sevwere eral fragments of a found. Montreal Family Herald. Sons-of-gupost-morte- Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashes That Itch and burn with hot baths of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle--- ' anointings of Cutlcura Olntmen' Nothing better, purer, sweeter. esp dally If a little of the fragrant Cu; cura Talcum is dusted on at the 1 25c each everywhere. Adj . ish. tliement STARS IN MILLINERY SKY DEPICT WORK OF ARTISTS Conservation. Fundamental Business Principles. From a purely coldblooded business "What Is Canada doing? "Whaf point 'of view, honesty Is the best pol- - Canadians doing to stop this f e . Vry. To treat the other man as yon waste of our country's predour' woyfohave him treat ycu is an equal- - her?" cried the fervent orato" nno Canadian , principle, i mental busl-"- N wf & aOOvVvl inuuimij icit mu 'an -Jlng at all to sac our forest Jre ?ienonr' - -- -- Readers ef tkis Paper anywhere?" Mat iravely the little man In the ' .rose with upheld hand. ; Vhat! Is there actually eni oed the orator, "and whatf are you dohig to save ot -- ys , jm . pJC5 U timosr thoaaands of usvuczu7 or ouaaer irouDie nna hctct J CHAPTER Vlfl. ' said the little it.Ttou'atM. Gosh! Prohibit man use a toothpick A Friend at the McAlpIn .. ..l . a souuds rcue ou uaury j iruunic, or lew nis unexpected question startled 1.1 . j j. ...rfti v.--j In a If the kidneys are not in a healthy con- me. ' vague way It watf an odd echo of suspicion which had been dition, they may cause the other organs the pursuing me ever since the early to become diseased. You znayjeoffer pain in the back, headSomewhere there was a mysache and lost of ambition. terious band operating but whose Poor health makes you nervous, irrita hand? ble and 'may- be despondent; it mates any "A Russian Jew?" I questioned. one to. Why should you ask that?" But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, by restoring "Well, Til tell you. Maybe It don't health to the kidneys, proved to be Just amount to nothln' an' then again It the remedy needed to overcome ruch might give us the right steer. A felconditions. Many send for a sample bottle to see what low they call 'Sly Levy' he's a cheap Ewamp-Roothe great kidney, liver and thief, a dip mostly blew In yere last bladder medicine, win do for them. By night with a note for Harris. He left enclosing- ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co, It with one o' the night bajkeeps, an' Binghamton, X, Y-- you may receive sam- seemed tcr be In a h 1 of a hurry ter ple rite bottle by Parcel Tort. You can purchase medium and larre sire bottles at have It delivered. The d d thing was sealed, but not stamped, an' there ul drug stores. Advertisement, wan't no address on It either. So I C nadian Fisheries Rich. didn't think it was no penitentiary Last year the fish products of her sentence to pry It open, usln' a bit of two coasts netted to Canada the sum steam to loosen up the flap. But I of 2fl,L'--WThe Industry gives ddln't find much, only two lines spelled employment to between 80,000 and out In print letters. 'Where you met 100,000 workers, of whom about 70,000 K, eight tomorrow. Don't fall; Imare engaged In the sea fisheries, about portant. L W, That was every d n 10,000 In the fresh water fisheries, and word. Do you .make anything of the remainder In canning, curing and that?" otherwise preparing the product for "Yes. I do," I said heartily. "Jt's part the market. of this Job. I'll explain after a bit What Hid you do then?" Borrowed money causes a great deal "Sealed It up, ah' give It back to' f Joe. I didn't see no harm In'.lt Do , 11 1 n. t. ger Hatpin, The Dag- the request?" Theref was n grave earnestness to the vole, an entreaty In the eyes not to be Ignored. This wns no Idle question to1 be thrust nsldei with a smile. "I believe I can make the pledge to you," I replied soberly, "It Is very , unusual, but " "But you are Philip Severn," she Interrupted, with an expressive gesture. "Hnd you not been I would have never asked," "It Is very nice of you to put It In that way, I am sure, hut how do you chance to know that I am Philip Severn?" "Sunnose I Insist that nlso Is my secret? Yet surdly you could not be lieve l wouiu ue nere wiiu you, unless I knew? You must have faith In me. In spite of all." "Undoubtedly I do. I hardly hold It a reasonable faith, however. More, a certain amount of curiosity should be gratified, especially when a young lady asks unquestioning devotion to an unknown cause. You ndmit that?" (TO BE CONTINUED.) 'r -- x HugglO Jersey magistrate in for hugging a girl w fCcw Jin automobile. Cupid" fs 'essfu! than Bacchus as a' patron for motorists. CL 4Sn Dealer. -- ml - - Jury Duty. at 1 WM I ge. "Coirt procedure is very dull." sew flrmly P the ends Tes, they offer very-littlto Intertexiv 4t Into the form of a belt Slip this over the end of the board. It est a tired buslnei man. will keep In place both blotting and writing paper and can he moved up and iViwn the board as you need It On a windy day It Is Invaiuible, setting inoae tcomzuu twinges, that doQ, both lands free. e Stop That Backache! I Stood Motionless, Looking at Her you happen to know who Costs $1 to Obey the Law stands for?" "I can make a mighty good guess, Costlgan a Russian Jew, all right; Ivan Waldron." The scowl on .his face remained fixed; evidently the name was unknown. tils 'L WV Johnston Glare Deflectors (L gal in Ohio) the glare from the eye onto the road, where yaa need it most. Don't shut off your light, but Increase it full 50 by changing the angle of reflection. Anyone can attach them in 2 minutes. Just unscrew bulb, slip Johnston Garo JJeflecforoverit, then replace bulb and focus light. AGENTS --tome good territory etill MrsiUbJe, Write or wire! If your dealer cannot supply you, cut off coupon below, fill out, attach a dollar bill asd mail to "Don't know the fellow? Likely enough not; he doesn't operate in your line, but he is a crook Just the same. I never saw him myself, but have beard about him for a long while never anything good. He's an agitator, an anarchist a revolutionary oraciety and government nnd hate everybody but themselves, a nuisance " Costigan's mouth was open. "Say," he Interrupted, "what's that kind of guy got to do with George Harris?" "He's got this to do with him he's out after the coin. He saw some easy money, and naturally reached out for It He was the first one to get onto this particular game. They were using him, this Chilean gang, to pull their chestnuts out of the fire, and that's how he tumbled to this buncli of money floating about, begging somebody to pick It up. He bad wormed himself inside, and knew it was coming. But he didn't have nerve enough to tackle the game alone. He wanted somebody else to run all the risk, and then turn over his share. Do you get d THROW tor; one ofthose bugs who fight so- we'll call It off for tonight You leave mo your telephone number an' If nny thing happens I'll let you know." I took a taxi back to the hotel, feeling restless and dissatisfied, yet unable to decide on any definite action. As I asked for my keyf the clerk handed It over; together with a card In the box, which I read In bewilder Call ment "Mr. Philip Severn, Hotel McAlpIn," Could this be Hnr-riendeavoring to reach me privately with some message? Or was it mere ly an acquaintance who had lenrned of my presence In the city? I found the McAlpIn exchange number In the telephone book nnd gained connection, my pulses throbbing with excitement A woman's voice answered. 'The McAlpIn." "This Is Philip Severn. You left n, call here nt the hotel for me." "Oh, yes, Mr. Severn. . I'm requested to ask you to come nt once to the parlor of the McAlpIn, on the mezzanine floor a friend wishes to see you."' "But really, I do not recognize your voice." "Which Is not altogether strange, as I nm only the clerk on this floor. I am making this request in behalf of a 5. s, Delivered the Goods. Crawford I never .hought you'd fall for the spook gan e. Crabshaw But this medium I speak of possesses a wonderful sense. We went out together after the seance nnd he took me directly to a place where we could get a drink. More Serious. Ted I didn't think you were a man who worried about the money you owe. Ned I don't What worries me Is that 1 ran'' get any more credit. Notable. Fulton There's one thing that I will say for him. Milton What's that? "He has the courage of his convictions once his wife has mnde up his mind for him." London Answers. Always Going Up. tnroDDing DacKacne, may be warning of serious kidney weakness scriona it neglected, for it might easily lead to If you are suffering with a bad back look for other proof of kidney trouble. If there are dizzy apelb, headaches, tired feeling and disordered kidney action, get after the cause. Use Doan's helped thousands. Satisfied users recommend Doan's. Ask your neighbor! Kidney Pills, the rmedr that has An Ohio Case AL SOME LOGIC; LITTLE REASON Examination Papers Turned In by Youngsters Proved They Gave Thought to Questions. "Tell me all you know about cen- The response of one boy to this demand In a recent examination was taurs." t as follows: "A centaur was ancient cavalry nnd archery all In one piece. He could not be knocked out of his saddle because he didn't have any, being tho snrae person as his horse. If he needed ijf stable he did not need a tent, I : age lie did not need rations, or tr he needed rations he did not need forage." Evidently the youngster who gave that reply was of a military inclination, and had thought out f'ir himself the advantages of centaurs on tho lighting line. It was funny, but not unintelligent. Less origltial, with only one little slip Indeed to mar Its accuracy. Is the version of the schoolboy of the story of tho Gorgons. "The Gorgons," he began confidently, "were three sisters that lived Ii the Islands of the Hesperides, somewhere In the Indian ocean. They had ong snakes for hair, tusks for teeth and claws for nails, and they looked like women, only more horrible." It wns n little Boston girl whose definition of the minotaur has long been remembered by the elder pupils In the sUiool that she attended: "The minotaur was a large bill whtcli lived on tributes in a labyrinth. He was mythical, carnivorous and fond of young people." V guest." Johnston Deflector Co. 547 Sfikzer BIdg. Toledo, O. Msiba MWiar Ca, MT Sptin Btttac.TaUt.0. Her my dollar bill for a ut ((Johnston Clara Deflectors. It ia agreed that rem are to return my money If they don't saUsfy and I to you. and them back U now?" "A man or n woman, may I ask?" She laughed "Really, I am not nt liberty to say. Tou will came?" "Yes, of course " Before I bad really finished my sentence the connection had been severed. However, there was no doubt now In my mind but that It was Harris. I took the subway and wns nt 'the entrance within twenty minutes, eager to learn what had actually transpired during the past twelve hours. Without using the elevator I passed up the marble stairs to the mezzanine floor, pausing In uncertainty at the top to look about In search of some familiar face. A number of people were congregated about the railed opening looking down Into the lobby, while others were scattered around on convenient divans, or at small writing desks. , picture hnt of felt and ng to girlhood,, enhanc- of faces that can wenr be en' )y trimmed preserving partlt 'jaracter by refraining if w! mllllf lent except the quaint re motif on the front ot ;rown. :el d, spirited matron will n'.ts her In the brll-- tt brocaded satin nt the ill Its odd. sophisticated lint has a French ac-- , but whatever Its origin. Its distortion Is clear. ?li The last hat In the croun Is n fn. Art. miliar shape draped with duvetyn and at black . Straight wide hSk.., cel miMi trimmed with beads and bead tassels. lbout Its edge. For tnls'lionlcr num-5er- s It Is here because It Is demanded, and of shiny black ornumeuts having Is quite likely to prove the favorite the sparkle of Jet nre used. The Urea type of hot for street wear. of the crown and brim, are beautlf'JIy bfilanced, and the &hapc becoming to many faces. One of the shapes Unit artists lovo ippears In the youthful model at the ccrraotfl- - rr vbtum ktommi unkxx V 1? he rTlds Fans Match Hats. Fans which have flrmly established themselves ns a charmlug adjunct tq the costume now nre being designed to match or blend with the hat worn. Hats nnd fnns nre being produced in Fets. One of the most popular of these shows hnt and fan each made of black shadow lace and black velvet crown nnd brim ot The the hat, which Is transparent, are made of the lace outlined with velvet. four-sectio- n opal silk shot with tinsel with a single long velvet streamer. The fan Is similarly trimmed with a pocket In the a vanity case may be lmndle In carried. Let tomorrow somebody you." tako "are t Itself The trimming Is of flowers of Hnrding blue, hnnd-mnd- e Coat and Frock. The black satin frock with a box coat of the same material Is favored for wear by many women who stert the idle hours after the luncheon hour. Sometimes the upper parts of the ribbon frock Hre built of georgette crepe, canflnme and ton or Chinese embroidery. Suit . Stmt C7 Unlucky Doctor, winthtrfialb U XH 3 inch or DROPSY, TREATED ONE WEEK FREE lew 4y; rerolates tha liver, kidney a, stomach mad burts Purt'' the blood, atrennbena the ,amlnTMeaa. Writm for Fn TrUt Trt.tmtnt. The Chinese have a strong sense of humor. This Joke, told by a writer In the "Open Court," will bring a smile to almost any face: There was a doctor who understood so little of bis profession that every now and then be killed one of his patients. He had a son and a daughter. One day 'be had' sent the son of a family to the other wcri& and since the family iras much oitMtfcafJed be gave them hls'own son In compensation. Subsequently he hnd "the misfortune to dispatch the daughter of another couple and wns obliged to give them his own daughter to make good the loss. He was now alone with his wife. They were feeling lonely and miserable one evening, when again some ono knocked at the door and asked for the doctor. He Vent out himself and Inquired of the man who It was that needed him The man said that It was his wlfeJ The poor doctor went back Into bis I room aod, shedding tears, said to bis Wraps and Capes. Wraps and capes of cashmere duvetyn and soft piled fabrics are to conseen recently wns decorated solely with tinue to be the thing at least during ?50.00. Calves Good to choice 51010J3O. liny orange raffla flowers embroidered the spring and summer. A few redln-got- e Care of Phone. I Cap or fila shapa neta ta nrtlcm and models are shown, but are not fair to good $71U, common ant! largo Once every so often give the tele- in the part that turned' back from the ark Brown. Dlaea. DluDCft ana AO.. ,r o: -- al ?3tj!&50. by nny means established in. public human balr and roil stxa. Racnnetln S6pa.iu phone a thorough washing In alcohol. face. tiXS currency, caaek Emm la it esTalope. bend Sheep Good to cholco $34. fair favor. or money oitfar to Take off the mouthpiece and pour alcoSash Train.' to good $23, common $ll-50- . EDITH hol through the little holes Into a sauDept-500 Firm Avenae. New Tsrk Qty Iambs, good to cho'ce large Sashes are forming the trains of Style of Gloves. cer. ' Wash the receiver with a doth The prevailing short sleeve lengths good $710.5O. Wet with tlcohol. Do not wipe the some of the new gowns. A wide swath Hogs Heavy $S.75g9.25, choice parts dry, but let the alcohol evap- of ribbon which winds around the fig- call fer longer gloves. The popular S79 A WEEK GUARANTEED butchers orate. Alcohol Is one of thb most af- ure nnd trails n ilie floor In lengths colors for gloves are white, gray, mole, packers and common ?9.509.75, me$9.75. dium to choice heavv for Mlllix 4. U often finished with deep fringe. a Creaco Raladoata beaver, champagne and tan. fective antiseptics known. r-- oiitet t.Vtv fat sows $5i3&73. light shippers S0.75, ..'It afli'ftjrniiii -- p- wife: "I see It coming. There must be who has cast an eye on Raffia EmbYoldery. Rafll a embroidery Is attractive on straw or silk ha'ts. A stunning chapcau URN CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. "I love to see the red In a young girl's cheek mounting." "About the only way to do that now Files Spread Plagues in Russia. Is to keep on asking Its price nt the Spread of dread diseases (n Russia. drug store." Baltimore Amernearest Is due to swarms of tiles and gnats.. ican. health congress a': At the Moscow Health Commissioner Samasj-k- o CINCINNATI MARKETS. presented n sensational report Plague, he said, was rapidly spreading Hay and Grain. CornNo. 2 white 65J4rifll4e. No. 3 In southeast Russia from Persia and White fM50tS, No. 4 white KIQ'Wc. Siberia, cholera was raging in the No. H yellow GOffoTc. No. 4 yellow 53 southern and middle governments, and 5flc, No. S mixed 05 850c. there was hardly one past of Russia unaffected by malaria. This alarming Bound Hay Timothy per ton 514.50 condition of things he attributed tu 10.;so, clover mixed tlSQU. enormous swarms of flies and gnats . Wheat No. 2 red $li4fIJ20. No. which were the disease carriers. 3 red f L220L24, No. 4 red $1.101JIL Queer Deathbed Happenings. Butter, Eout and Poultry. When Uoeth? 'ay dying he unexButter Whole milk creamery extras lie, centralized extras 42c, firsts 37o, pectedly spoKe Greek ..and recited nu-verses from Homer and fancy da!ry 33c. although it had Teeir-- wEggs Extra firsts 83c, firsts 31c, Sophocles, years since he studied them. Other ordinary flrsts 27c dying men and women have surprised Live Poultry Broilers 2 lbs and those at the beilsldd by suddenly over 22c, fowls 4 lbs and over 21c, bursting ui uuvui auug or inunder 4 lbs 10c, roosters 13c. sisting on undertaking elaborate muLive Stock. sical compositions. Buffalo Express. Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.70 Feather fans on long handles were 89.50, fair to good $(J 50 7.75, common to fair $lG.f0, heifers, good to choice regarded as symbols of royalty by til ?O."i0!gi8, fair to good $5.500050, &ndens i common to fair $43.50: canners $1.50 2, stock heifers 13, stock steers FOSTER-MILS n DOAN'SV butcher, CSW. Wa ter tic. Greenvuie. Ohio, says: "I was o troubled with and a terrible misery across my loins. There was a dull pain and a heavy feeling that nothing; seemed to help; It was severs at night, making me restless. I tried Doan's Kidney Pllla ana tney curea me. I Iiava had fin iln of the trouble since." Get Doan's at Any Stan, 60c a Box back-ach- J. Miller. HAIR NETS SE $10-50il- l. jtajtty.